“Bizness” by the tUnE-yArDs gives me the excitement of hearing new sounds. One of the most amazing things about this music is that it’s largely made by just one person, Merrill Garbus.
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds’ “Fifteen Feet of Pure White Snow” is a vignette of desperation, worry, and isolation. But with a hopeful heart.
Not much information exists on London two-piece Jungle. With no press release, informative website, or record label bio page, they’ve still managed to garner spins on the radio, numerous blog write-ups and club play.
DJ D-Mac & Associates are back with the rinkside beats every Thursday, December 5th thru February 27th, at the skating rink in the Sculpture Garden at the National Gallery of Art!
It is the day after Thanksgiving and The Descendents captured my gastronomic enthusiasm on the 17 seconds-long “I Like Food” ["I like food, food tastes good."]
Radio Birdman existed from 1974-78 (later regrouping in 1996) and was hugely influential on the Australian punk and indie scenes.
Tom Goss wrote the feel good power-pop hometown anthem of the summer: “Bears” What’s not to love about this song and the accompanying topless pool party video?
It’s that time of year! And The Misfits “Halloween” is the definitive anthem.
Rip Rip + Panic was a post-punk band from Bristol. “You’re My Kind of Climate” is my jam.
“Final Solution” released by Cleveland’s Pere Ubu in 1976, is one of those songs that just sound BIGGER than everything else around it.