For me, finding new music is one of the hardest things to do. Once you go through enough artists sounding like someone else that's already popular you get unmotivated. This happens all the time when I try to find new rap. I've found that if it's not Smino or Guapdad4000, a very obvious Carti or … Continue reading Why Young Fathers Deserve Your Ears
This iteration is full of some truly beautiful sounds. The universe did it's thing. This collection features: Hablot Brown, Nate Barksdale, Ian Wallace & The Whooligan, STACEY, and LOWERLIPDRIP OPAQUE by Hablot Brown Found this gem by searching through the neo-soul tab on Bandcamp. The cover initially caught my eye, that alone was enough to … Continue reading A Collection of Write-Ups: 5/15/2020
The Fourth Installment...
Showin' Off Los Angeles-based artist Billy Uomo...
A Collecion of Write-Ups 4/28/20
Here we go again! Another installment of A Collection of Write-Ups, where I write small reviews on things that caught my ear. I think all of these are from bandcamp, which is where I find most of the new artists that I fall in love with. Stay by Shawndella Now, it's a known fact that the … Continue reading A Collection of Write-Ups: 4/6/2020
Let me start off by saying this: Radio City is the better album, compared to #1 Record. Both have perfect songs, it’s literally just the fact that Radio City has a couple more perfect songs. Starting off with a song like “O, My Soul,” it doesn’t get much better than that. Alex Chilton has gotten … Continue reading Radio City by Big Star
So remember Deshaun's Discoveries? Yeah, fuck that. I realized I pretty much don't like anything new I listen to and the process of trying to find new music is redundant. There's still some good things out there though, and there's a bunch of small EPs I've listened to that are too short for me to write 500+ words … Continue reading A Collection of Write-Ups: 3/21/2020
Al Quint is a walking encyclopedia – his knowledge of punk is unmatched. He can tell you who did what on this album, who appeared on this bill, track listings, stories from shows, names, places, you get the idea. It’s incredible. Suburban Voice is the physical and digital form of this knowledge. Originally a … Continue reading An Interview With: Al Quint
Showin' Off Chicago Rap Duo LOWERLIPDRIP