Monthly Archives: August 2014
#albumoftheday / REVIEW: ROBBIE WILLIAMS: Swings Both Ways Live in London 12.07.14
As you may or may not be aware, Robbie Williams was selling copies of every show of his Swings Both Ways Live tour, just as he did with every show of the Take the Crown tour. It’s not a brand new concept, but only a small number of other artists have ever actually...Read more
#songoftheday / VIDEO: Alex & Sierra – “Bumper Cars”
A sweet, tender ballad that's perfect for riding out your end of summer blues....
#songoftheday / VIDEO: Grimes – “Go” ft. Blood Diamonds
Grimes' debut album, Visions, was a marvelous electro-pop journey of the most artistic variety. Our one complaint was that the vocals weren't more prominent in the mix, often making it hard to understand what she was singing. Well, we're thrilled to say that she's increased the...
#songoftheday / AUDIO: “A KISS GOODBYE” FEAT. CHARLOTTE GAINSBOURG, DEVONTE HYNES & SAMPHA
LYRIC VIDEO: STEVIE NICKS: “LADY”
AUDIO: James Poole – “Silver Moonlight”
#songoftheday / VIDEO: Danielle Bradbery covers Christina Perri’s “Human”
We love the original version of "Human" by Christina Perri, but this cover by Danielle Bradbery is equally gorgeous and somewhat haunting. Give it a try....
VIDEO: Jessie J – “Bang Bang” ft. Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj
VIDEO: Charli XCX – “Break The Rules”
VIDEO: LIMP BIZKIT: “Endless Slaughter”
#songoftheday / LYRIC VIDEO: Cobra Starship: “Never Been In Love” ft. Icona Pop
#albumoftheday / REVIEW: GOTTHARD: BANG!
Swiss band Gotthard have been around 20 years and their new album BANG! follows an impressive total of 14 albums (studio and live)… That’s a catalog as extensive as Motley Crue’s! And yet it’s the first Gotthard album I’ve ever heard, largely due to the fact that most of their material hasn’t been...Read more
#albumoftheday / REVIEW: ROYAL BLOOD: ROYAL BLOOD
Brighton, England’s Royal Blood are here and they come with a question: who needs guitars anyway? You see, their sound simply consists of bass guitar and vocals, courtesy of Michael Kerr, and drums via Ben Thatcher. That’s right, just bass and drums. Yet their album packs more screeching riffs than anything The Strokes...Read more