In a recent interview, Kendrick Lamar talked how is about his struggling with depression: “Um, as of now, I’m cool. I won’t say I’m content. I don’t want that word. I’m not satisfied yet. But as far as having a sense of personal stress to that level, no. That’s a good space because I can […]Read More Mental health and musicians
The stage is in red and black. Suddenly, the lyrics of the song in Russian “Ya tvoy sluga” (I’m your servant) will announce the apparition of some robots representing the Kraftwerk members, playing The Robots (Die Roboter) live. This representation, in the last Kraftwerk tour was replaced for a show 3-D with the images of […]Read More The Robot’s Voice
Nowadays is easier than ever for an artist release an album: through a label (one of the three major labels, their subsidiaries or an independent label), release founded by crowdfunding as Kickstarted, release directly through Bandcamp or Soundcloud, or even release their music via YouTube. While in the old times the first filter was the […]Read More We need more filters to find the very special music
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The long awaited return of The xx is better than we were expecting. After exploring several ways of writing lyrics and music while Jamie Smith was recording his album “In Colour” and did “a five day-road trip down the West Coast to Los Angeles with Pawson and Rodaidh McDonald, who co-produced the new album […]Read More I See You. The xx
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This year the last album of The Raveonettes was released in the form of one song by month, and it was called Rave Sound of the Month. In their website, the group said that “every month throughout 2016, we’ll be dropping a freshly recorded track. Taking you on a ride, potentially schizophrenic & disjointed, […]Read More Rave Sound of the Month. The Raveonettes
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This is not another album of christmas music. This is an interesting mix between music of 1940’s, the talent of Michael Angelakos, frontman of Passion Pit, and the co work with Brent Katz (Harlem Shakes) and the director Hana Haley. Described as a “World War II Christmas musical”, this album was created as a […]Read More Merry Christmas Mr. Fields. Michael Angelakos
“Woke up this morning with the strangest feeling/I had a nightmare, but I wasn’t dreaming/I ran outside to see, it’s not 2003/Turned on the radio it’s so confusing/Rappers were singing/And rockers DJ’ing/There’s no guitars on the songs that they’re playing (…)”. Those are the lyrics of “40 oz. Dream”, a song of Good Charlotte, the […]Read More The death of the rock?