Marla Mase – “Halflife EP” Review

At least once a week, Apostrophe by Frank Zappa is played in my perimeter. The weird, comedic vibes Zappa gives off on his most traditional blues rock album puts a smile on my face that I can’t seem to shake. It’s incredible put together, with songs flowing into one another like a Cirque du Soleil show. IContinue reading “Marla Mase – “Halflife EP” Review”

Melt Yourself Down – Self-Titled Review

When dance music comes to mind, punk rock and jazz generally isn’t the first to make the list of ideas. The UK band, Melt Yourself Down, does just that. Their full-length self-titled debut off the leaf label stands out among the recent releases of music. It’s hard to pin them down to one genre, butContinue reading “Melt Yourself Down – Self-Titled Review”

Underground Mondays: The Flowdown bring back funk

  I have this stupidest smile on my face, and I cannot wipe it off. Since I got in contact with the wonderfully bright band, The Flowdown, it’s been difficult to not groove with their bombastic beats. For anyone unaware, The Flowdown are an NYC-based funk, jazz, soul, or whatever you want to label themContinue reading “Underground Mondays: The Flowdown bring back funk”

CHECKOUT THE NEW VIDEO FOR “QUEENS” BY THEESATISFACTION

It’s just like Subpop Records to scoop up everything good in the world. Well, if it had to be one label that can do THEESATISFACTION right it would be Sub Pop. So my guess is that this is what half the population of Seattle’s doing when it’s raining…making beautiful tracks like this. These girls areContinue reading “CHECKOUT THE NEW VIDEO FOR “QUEENS” BY THEESATISFACTION”