Monthly Archive: March, 2014

“I’m With You:” Grouplove’s Tour Documentary

by

“I’m With You” Grouplove’s Tour Documentary by Aubrey Rumore   “I’m With You” is a tour documentary and, in short, it’s 45 minutes that leave you lovin’ on Grouplove (it’s also the name… Continue reading

Tokyo Police Club: “Forcefield”

by

  Tokyo Police Club Forcefield [Mom & Pop, 2014] by Jeanne Gallagher   It’s been four years since Tokyo Police Club last released an album, and at first glance, their latest album, Forcefield, seems… Continue reading

A Playlist For Turning Times

by

Friday Songs – A Playlist

by

Shakira: “Shakira”

by

Shakira Shakira [RCA, 2014] by Nikita Satapathy   Shakira’s name is synonymous with international flavor. She is amazing at combining her own unique Colombian roots with the new sounds and sensations that rock… Continue reading

Trend-apalooza

by

Trend-apalooza  by Taylor Gilliam   Two of the nation’s most-anticipated music festivals, Sasquatch! and Lollapalooza, have had big weeks. The Pacific Northwest bash, despite its attempt to expand into a two-weekend celebration like… Continue reading

Sunset Voodoo’s One Year Rise to the Marquee

by

Sunset Voodoo’s One Year Rise to the Marquee by Juan Durgin See the article here

Roo Panes – An Interview

by

Q&A with Roo Panes (Image: Deborah Panes) By Téa F. Price Living in a desert can be very inspirational. Take the breathtaking vision of a sunset, when the clear blue-sky morphs into shades… Continue reading

The Always Magical tUnE-yArDs

by

  The Always Magical tUnE-yArDs by Amanda Luberto   tUnE-yArDs, or Merrill Garbus, is one of the few musical artists that makes you take a second look at music. The single girl creates… Continue reading

Kevin Drew: “Darlings”

by

  Kevin Drew Darlings [Arts and Crafts, 2014] by Nikita Satapathy Did you ever stop and wonder if your bedroom could have a soundtrack? Consider this for a minute. You sleep in your… Continue reading