Glass Animals cover Gnarls Barkley and More

I wasn’t planning on writing about the same artist twice, but this song just came onto my radar today and god damn it was too good not to share. Glass Animals covered Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy” for Australian radio station triple j on Thursday and I love it. It is a unique take on already great […]

via Glass Animals: Gnarls Barkley “Crazy” Cover & More — Introversion


Album Review: Chris Watkins & Drunk Poets -“Lights All Askew”

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There are some singer/songwriters whose music stays with you long after hearing it, drawing you back for another listen. Chris Watkins and his band Drunk Poets make that kind of music, reminiscent of Bob Dylan, Shawn Mullins and Lou Reed – simple, pure and honest, but always with a compelling story. His smooth low-key vocals are incredibly soothing to the ear, yet at the same time quite powerful.  Following up on their superb 2015 album London Can Take It, Watkins/Drunk Poets dropped their latest album Lights All Askew in July 2016, and it’s another work of musical art.  Drunk poetry indeed!


Hailing from Alaska, which he still calls home, Watkins formed his original version of the Drunk Poets band when he was just 16 years old. He has continued performing and recording under the band name Drunk Poets – with various members – throughout the years and up to…

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Mothers’ 2016 Release Still Making Tracks

What started as a solo musical endeavor of Athens, Georgia native Kristine Leschper has turned into a promising band that we now know as Mothers. Earlier this year they released their rather lovely debut offering, “When You Walk a Long Distance You Are Tired”, via Grand Jury Music. The group first caught my attention last […]

via MOTHERS – ” When You Walk a Long Distance You Are Tired ” Best Albums Of 2016 — The Fat Angel Sings

Explore Reinhardt’s Music Through Mark Morris and Friends at Django in Georgetown November 11-12

IDAHO SPRINGS Mark Morris hopes his new Django in Georgetown event will do for gypsy jazz what his Clear Creek RapidGrass festival has done locally for modern bluegrass. He is bringing the world’s “hottest” gypsy swing band to the Georgetown Heritage Center, Nov. 11-12, in an effort to spread the genre of music, its audience […]

via Explore Reinhardt’s gypsy music at concert, workshops — MMAC Monthly – Mountain Music, Arts & Culture

Leonard Cohen’s You Want It Darker

I purchased Leonard Cohen’s new album You Want It Darker on Friday, and have listened to it a few times now. It is to be frank an astonishing record that slowly reveals itself. The language is restrained and precise, but still with a depth and gravity that isn’t easily comparable to other artists. What I […]

via Leonard Cohen’s It Seemed The Better Way — Edward John Curtis

Norah Jones at Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Photos by: Timothy Nguyen – Jazz artist Norah Jones, who released her sixth solo album, Day Breaks, on October 7th, 2016 via Blue Note, which followed up her 2013 album, Foreverly, which served as a collaborative album with Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day.

via Photos: Norah Jones @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre — Aesthetic Magazine | Album Reviews, Concert Photography, Interviews, Contests

The Weeknd – No Boundaries with “False Alarm” Video — THYRD WAVE

The Weeknd debuts graphic video for “False Alarm.” The Weeknd has always had a dark and edgy aesthetic and “False Alarm” is no different. An exciting and thrilling video that keeps you on the edge of your seat. The Weeknd is one of the most exciting pop stars, he’s not afraid to push boundaries.

via The Weeknd – False Alarm (Video) — THYRD WAVE