Beach House, the simplistic Duo from Baltimore, have defined what “dream pop” is. They’re breaking way from what seems to be a rise in their genres popularity.
Screaming guitars, southern soul and heavy drums with swirling electric piano encompass one of the best solo albums to date. This, my friends, is Blunderbuss by the world famous Jack White.
Fresh from winning two Grammys, one for Best Classical Crossover album and one for Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalists, Christopher Tin went in an entirely new direction for his next album.
The album Born to Die by American singer/songwriter Lana Del Rey is a unique blend of folk, alternative and I don’t know what. Though I was a bit confused about what I was listening to at times, I liked nearly every song on this album.
Bieber fever is just in time to heat up the holidays. After listening to Justin
After listening to Family Force 5’s latest CD “III” which was released Oct. 18, I was torn between bobbing my head to the catchy beats and shaking my head at the weird lyrics.
If you’re sick of modern day Dub Step or just want to have a good listen, then you’ll want to try Feist’s new album Metals. It arrived in stores Oct. 4 and even has me running out to buy a copy.
For those of you who are still mourning the loss of Nickel Creek, The Civil Wars will rekindle your love for folk music.
With their debut album hot off the press, the JaneDear Girls have the knockout attitude to assume Brooks and Dunn’s place as the apple of Nashville’s eye–––but without the Adam’s apple.
There’s a lot to the Internet and this list is to help you find the great music, software, and games you might have missed. These are my freshly picked downloads for January.