three killer tracks, beautiful flowing music filled with gorgeous, very modern touches
Posts By: Iman Lababedi
draggy darky yucky piece of blah…
streaming has its uses
alt rock pumped up on steroids
I am systematically blown away.
neither Juice nor Edmunds need get excited, it’s a different “Queen Of Hearts”
something oddly inevitable about the handsome lad’s voice changing, sprouting pubes, catching tude
Cheer the death of Bin Laden if you must, buy the Tee-Shirt, watch the show…
…find myself in the uncomfortable position of thinking about the same thing
playing the royal wedding is as big as winning a Grammy
Two Guetta’s on the charts!!
the band with the perpetual skittishness
At the epicenter of the 60s with friend and neighbor Paul McCartney
Streaming on NPR will only take you so far
this joke, much like Andy Sanberg, isn’t aging well
Listen for Harrison’s guitar
if you have a bad song you’ve still got a good back beat
Yeah, even the kids one.
The Edge is destroying the oceanfront and in return he promises not to do it any more
all punctuated sax swings and hip sways
I am pretty amazed by this folkie indie chick
It seems to be a dead end of sorts: it is like you’re getting your music from the salvation army
Feelin’ like a nap around now
godlike genius Mark. E. Smith, one man Fall guy
“We gonna party for the right to motherfucking fight.”
A rewritten pop bpm fuckover.
lovely folkie harmonizing
Heroin is great -so is smoking, so is alcohol, and they can all kill you.
The perfect length for a rock album is 30 minutes , 5 by 5 -3 minutes or so per song.
Debates rage at rock nyc over the death of Bin Laden. Me? I am not a peace loving man.
as the editor of a rock website I kinda feel obliged to have seen the most popular tour of all time.
the velvet fog
The good news is that Jenny caught it early
“We hope to create a mind blowing experience that reacts well with all the other substances involved.”
a rare opportunity to see a legendary singer and producer discuss his career and play songs
that should blow the cobwebs off your head banging badness
We love the LAPD and the Coroner’s office and all the other Los Angeles institutes
a folkie lowkey affair with a touch of the chantoosy
Crenshaw does smooth as silk run offs before ending up at the guitar bottle top and as the song reaches the end Kaplan reminds us why he has a sonically youthful day job and the entire band is on fire
his only knowledge of the working class is when they are opening the door to his limo or he is thanking them for coming to his show.
In Israel, they stayed at home watching “Kochav Nolad”.
not enough to track music I love by day and year, I think I am gonna back into it by month
in mono, which must matter to someone
most of all? Julian Casablancas singing “Rave On”!
Shakira could be better.
…a druggy, dreamy scape of love at Central Station.
a greedy, sleazy, moral pond scum
voice. I am glad she maneuvered through to a happy ending
don’t know the letter of the law but I have a feeling you can’t have people on stage, claiming to be Dionne, and singing “Walk On By”..
great soul band