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“Blackstar” is Bowie’s everlasting wink from heaven

“Blackstar” is Bowie’s everlasting wink from heaven

Eli Jace January 21, 2016 Comments Off on “Blackstar” is Bowie’s everlasting wink from heaven

As I listened to David Bowie’s new album Blackstar for the first time, the artist himself, unbeknownst to me at the time, was ascending into eternity. Bowie’s 25th album, and now his last, arrived

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David Bowie’s Gone: A Tribute To The Man Who Fell To Earth

David Bowie’s Gone: A Tribute To The Man Who Fell To Earth

Matt Bacon January 12, 2016 Comments Off on David Bowie’s Gone: A Tribute To The Man Who Fell To Earth

David Bowie. Geez. While Lemmy seemed immortal, Bowie seemed indelible. Like a part of the landscape. I’d be lying if I said I was a huge fan, but I always admire his aesthetic and

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New Music Video – “Little Prince” by Debbie Chou

New Music Video – “Little Prince” by Debbie Chou

James Moore January 22, 2014 Comments Off on New Music Video – “Little Prince” by Debbie Chou

Musician/songstress extraordinaire Debbie Chou has been a known figure in the NYC indie rock scene for years, having lent her talents to indie/psychedelic group The Barrens. There’s no sense of predictability in her work, which

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The 12 Greatest Releases of Music in the Year 2013

The 12 Greatest Releases of Music in the Year 2013

Eli Jace December 8, 2013 Comments Off on The 12 Greatest Releases of Music in the Year 2013

#12 Amok  by Atoms For Peace Thom Yorke’s out-of-thin-air “Supergroup” finally gives us a stamped-and-sealed debut album of new material from the brains and spinal cords of Flea, Nigel Godrich,  Joey Waronker and Mauro Refosco. Amok

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Marcus Reeves Goes All Out With Debut Album, Sells Mask Of His Own Face

Marcus Reeves Goes All Out With Debut Album, Sells Mask Of His Own Face

James Moore October 4, 2013 Comments Off on Marcus Reeves Goes All Out With Debut Album, Sells Mask Of His Own Face

Think everything’s been done, folks? Think again. Art/glam rocker Marcus Reeves, who has long stood apart from the crowd with his uniquely original glittery image, is now releasing his debut album, with a box

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Janelle Monae’s “Electric Lady” Is Like Daft Punk’s “Random Access Memories”, Only With Great Vocals

Janelle Monae’s “Electric Lady” Is Like Daft Punk’s “Random Access Memories”, Only With Great Vocals

James Moore September 10, 2013 Comments Off on Janelle Monae’s “Electric Lady” Is Like Daft Punk’s “Random Access Memories”, Only With Great Vocals

Picture Daft Punk’s “Random Access Memories”, but with no autotune, vocoder, robot voices, or Pharrell. Instead, over those beautifully produced disco/funk beats and arrangements, place one of the great vocalists of our time there,

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Rock Survives And Thrives in 2013

Rock Survives And Thrives in 2013

James Moore June 4, 2013 Comments Off on Rock Survives And Thrives in 2013

Announcement after announcement and stream after stream, from David Bowie’s new album early this year to strong releases from Dillinger Escape Plan, Alice in Chains, Iggy & the Stooges, Queens of the Stone Age,

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David Bowie’s “The Next Day” Is A Gut Wrenching, Beautiful Masterpiece

David Bowie’s “The Next Day” Is A Gut Wrenching, Beautiful Masterpiece

James Moore March 2, 2013 Comments Off on David Bowie’s “The Next Day” Is A Gut Wrenching, Beautiful Masterpiece

David Bowie’s new CD “The Next Day” is a gut wrenching, beautiful masterpiece. Recorded in secret over the past two years with producer Tony Visconti, the effort could have gone in just a few

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Why Music Fans Are Respecting Their Elders In 2013

Why Music Fans Are Respecting Their Elders In 2013

James Moore February 13, 2013 Comments Off on Why Music Fans Are Respecting Their Elders In 2013

Music fans, more and more, are respecting their elders in the search for something a little…truthier. Often, when looking at current music trends, we forget to look at the whole picture, and end up

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Nick Duane plays dark, dreamy avant-alternative rock with “Before the Storm”

James Moore April 3, 2012 Comments Off on Nick Duane plays dark, dreamy avant-alternative rock with “Before the Storm”

Nick Duane is a synthpop/indie rock/alternative artist who is creating some very moody and interesting textures with his brand new release “Before the Storm”. “Willett Avenue” is recommended listening for fans of dark, dreamy

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