Here’s a couple hours of Stereo Faith and Stylus rocking on H St. one Saturday night.
“Again and Again” is a soulful slice of electronic pop from GiBBZ’ debut EP, Who Gibbz A F#@$.
New Zealand pop singer Connan Mockasin’s “I’m The Man That Will Find You” single also contains this dreamy psychedelic-pop cover of Outkast’s “She Lives In My Lap.”
Despite Wretch 32′s popularity abroad, I didn’t catch it in too many sets around these parts, which means I’ll be rocking it through 2014.
Who does love songs better then Jane’s Addiction?
I don’t think I have ever professed my love for George Michael on this (or any other) site before. I have loved him since the 80′s and have a deeper appreciation of him as an adult.
Here’s a holiday treat! Video artist &/OR [re]added the visuals to The Bird Peterson Holiday Spectacular, a Dilla-like production using music from vintage animated TV specials.
“Rockin Around The Christmas Tree” by Brenda Lee is one of my favorite holiday songs for reasons you’d never suspect.
Dancing was nonstop from the first song to the last at Rebecca & Randolph’s wedding at the Capitol Hill Club.
There’s no denying the Phil Spector influence on Wizzard’s “Rock’n'Roll Winter (Looney’s Tune)”; the song is catchy like the flu, the sound is absolutely huge, and the lyrics are pure nostalgia for the innocence of youth. Amazing.