I thought I’d seen pretty boys in my time, that was before I met you… Continue reading Before I Met You
Light travels faster than the speed of sound. But music, one of the many vessels through which sound travels, moves in unorthodox, non-linear trajectories. Before I started my career as a music writer, I was always buoyed by the ways in which a sound, or genre, from the farthest corners of the world, found its way to the otherside. Continue reading Grime Grows Wings
In an honorable nod to one of his most devoted fans, Canada-based rapper Transit22 has released a bittersweet tribute track, ‘A Song for Rhune.‘ A 12 year old devoted supporter who had donated his birthday money to support Transit22’s (Daniel Bennett) “Dark Day// Good Morning” kickstarter campaign, Rhune and his mother had recently attended and met Bennett at a US show. Being a father himself, and … Continue reading Transit 22 Releases ‘A Song for Rhune’
Ceschi Ramos, Moodie Black, Onry Ozzborn and Esh in Florida | Ten Years of Fake Four Continue reading Ceschi Ramos, Moodie Black, Onry Ozzborn and Esh in Orlando
The xenophobia ironed a pancake Continue reading Pay Per Post, Babay!
Lana Del Ray (a.k.a. Lizzy Grant) belts out two of her self proclaimed ‘gangster Nancy Sinatra’ singles that shook up buzz about the up and coming star, and have been separately featured as the artists most admirable songs. The distinction of these little ditties was put in new terms from the lovely Lana Del Rey, as well. “Hollywood pop” and “sad core”… Enjoy! I have been. On repeat. 🙂 Continue reading Lana Del Rey Sings a Little Ditty
“I never expected a bowl of cherries I’m just a virgo trying to find my own version of the virgin mary And when I let them carry me to a cemetary I wanna be buried with a pocket full of clarity” – ‘Slug’ Sean Michael Daley of ‘Atmosphere’ Continue reading Love Life