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OTH Spotlight: Lawrence Taylor - Bang Bang

‘Bang Bang’ the title track from the forthcoming EP, out in Fall 2015. Clash Magazine considers Taylor to be mature beyond his years. OnTheHeir.net says once you hear this young man’s voice, you’ll only want more.


Album Review: Leon Bridges - Coming Home

Texas has always been a state synonymous with pioneering musical innovation. Yet, with the release of Fort Worth native Leon Bridges’ debut album, an anomaly has arisen which sends the listener back into the past. 285 more words

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Album Review: A$AP Rocky - At.Long.Last.A$AP

At long last, A$AP Rocky has returned with the follow-up to his major label debut.

‘Long.Live.A$AP’ was released at the beginning of 2013, and since then, plenty has changed for Rocky. 336 more words

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Album Review: Major Lazer - Peace Is The Mission

As if releasing one of the summer’s most hotly anticipated LPs wasn’t enough Major Lazer, featuring Diplo alongside Jillionaire and Walshy Fire, have recently unveiled their plans to release yet another album before the year is out. 276 more words

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A Love Supreme - Clash Magazine

Here’s an article I wrote about John Coltrane’s album, A Love Supreme.  The original can be found here.

Around the time he started taking heroin (because Charlie Parker took heroin),  526 more words


Death Cab For Cutie: Kintsugi (for Clash magazine)

The last time we heard from Death Cab For Cutie life – as the matinee jaunt of Codes And Keys closer ‘Stay Young Go Dancing’ put it so nauseously – was sweet, with frontman Ben Gibbard high on marriage and making music that reflected it, cloying and vapid and wholly forgettable. 496 more words