Keith Alan Mitchell – “This Clumsy World” Review

I recently was sifting through my old high school stuff, and came across one of the most important items of my childhood. Torn at the edges, I found my old, stolen copy of On The Road which I took from my school’s library. It made me realize how eventful and quickly life can change, and although onContinue reading “Keith Alan Mitchell – “This Clumsy World” Review”

Heylel- “Nebulae” Review

European’s have had an incredible influence on what us in North America listens too. The French showed us electronic duos, Scandinavia showed us extreme metal, and Portugal showed us… nothing in particular. While being a great tourist spot for travellers, their music scene isn’t exactly their high point in international affairs. They’re closely tied with the SpanishContinue reading “Heylel- “Nebulae” Review”

Monks Of Mellonwah – Turn The People

There’s something special about watching the recent generation of band’s influence what becomes major radio hits. You can already see it with groups like The Black Keys, The Strokes, Arcade Fire, and The White Stripes. Arguably the biggest influences in today’s modern radio friendly music is two groups. One being Muse, and the other beingContinue reading “Monks Of Mellonwah – Turn The People”

Pitchfork talks to singer/producer Mike Patton about his work on the film “The Place Beyond the Pines”

Well this is unexpected, but awesome! Caught this amazing article on Pitchfork this morning talking about Mike Patton‘s (Faith No More, Mr. Bungle) work on the new Derek Cianfrance (Blue Valentine) film “A Place Beyond the Pines” starring Ryan Gosling (Blue Valentine, Gangster Squad). I knew that Mike Patton dabbled a bit with OST’s whenContinue reading “Pitchfork talks to singer/producer Mike Patton about his work on the film “The Place Beyond the Pines””