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20 Years Old: Radiohead's OK Computer

Jesse Jarnow on why Radiohead’s third album, OK Computer, was an instant classic from almost the day it was released on 21st May 1997. (Pitchfork) 56 more words

Music

Album Of The Week: Thundercat - Drunk

Thundercat returns to Brainfeeder once again with Drunk his first full album since 2013’s Apocalypse. The 23-track epic journey into the often hilarious, sometimes dark mind of the Grammy-winning singer/bassist kicks off with the stargazing boogie funk of Show You The Way featuring Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins, and featuring a stellar cast of guest features that includes Kendrick Lamar, Flying Lotus, Kamasi Washington, Pharrell, and Wiz Khalifa. 208 more words

Electronic

Redd The Rebel & R.a.r.e

Press Release:
All The Way Up Ent. presents Blood Brothers EP by two brothers born and raised from Austin Texas. Two brothers rapping about straight facts and and the life they have lived to this day. 106 more words

R.T.S Artist On Rise

Cloud Nothings - Life Without Sound


Cloud Nothings – Life Without Sound
Carpark/Wichita (2017)

I’ve got to admit, initially, I wasn’t sure what to make of Cloud Nothings’ new album Life Without Sound… 390 more words

Review

Album of the Week, March 19: Glass Houses by Billy Joel

Billy Joel had music in his life from birth. His father was a classical pianist who fled Europe to escape the Nazis. His mother, another Jewish refugee, encouraged music in the household and insisted that young Billy take piano lessons. 1,112 more words

Album Of The Week

Album of the Week: Jay Som - Everybody Works

Last year, Jay Som (real name Melina Duterte) toured with Japanese Breakfast and Mitski. These are important touchstones for her commercial début, Everybody Works. Her music is introspective, slow, and underproduced. 418 more words

Music

Album Of The Week: Collocutor - The Search

Tamar Osborn’s Collocutor ensemble follow-on from their acclaimed debut LP, “Instead,” with a new full-length titled The Search. According to the label “The album title refers to searching for a better way to exist in the world, but that could be emotional, spiritual or more simply a move to a geographically different place. 193 more words

Jazz