In my quest to prove that 2011-2016 was one of the best eras in music, I've found myself listening to Blu, MED & Madlib's 2015 collaborative album "Bad Neighbor" a lot. Back when it first came out I knew it existed because Hodgy (of Odd Future) is featured on Serving. Then, as I continued to … Continue reading Neighbors So Bad…They’re Great
I am a very easy person to please when it comes to rock music. As long as you have an interesting enough sound or someone black in the band, I'll give it a listen. Turnstile has both of those things and I am now a fan. Plus, I love anything Dev Hynes touches so him … Continue reading Its Turnstile’s World, We’re All Just Living In It
It is rare for me to ask for recommendations. I tend to not like things I'm not used to, but recently I found myself on listening to the same things over and over. Had to break out of that habit so I asked my friends what they are listening to. Deem Spencer was recommended by … Continue reading From The Recommendations: Deem Spencer
Okay before I start detailing why I love this album so much let me issue a warning. It's going to seem like I'm fanning out at many different points of this review and that's because I am. I don't know what you expected, Tyler is my favorite artist of all-time. Every two years my ears … Continue reading CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST: A Story of Love, Luxury and Luggage
Let me start this off by saying, I am a fan of Zay. Such a fan that I was very excited for this album. Zay made us wait five whole years for a new album. The Sun's Tirade was such a good album and it sounded like a launching point, Zay came out strong like … Continue reading The House Is Mid…I Mean Burning
In my quest to review everything touched by Dev Hynes aka Blood Orange aka Lightspeed Champion, I've landed at Solange's 2012 EP True. This tape came at the perfect time, Solo had just left Interscope to do her own independent thing, Dev had just released Coastal Grooves, and there was a noticeable shift in music … Continue reading True EP by Solange
Fat Tony & GLDNEYE deliver another amazing album full of short-fiction tales
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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
Showin' Off Los Angeles-based artist Billy Uomo...