In the past two decades, we have at least a few individuals who have increased the resume of Akron, Ohio. Handball hero LeBron James has handed the sentence "just a kid from Akron" nearly idiomatic. The other two are...
The Los Angeles quartet Warpaint has migrated steadily from their sandstone heritage towards an electron-based synthesis, comfy synth, dream-pop noise, and is on their fourth studio album, Radiate Like This, the transformation was complete. Their first offering in six...
Discharged of the 2012 album has been suspended, Melody Prochet's self-titled solo album, Melody's Echo Chamber, has softly become a masterpiece. This is due partly to supplier Kevin Parker's ascendence to the venue with Lonerism's discharge that year, but...
On their debut, Seratones were a rowdy garage styling outerwear with a team of boogie-woogie. For their follow up, Power, they shifted towards a soft, relaxed posture, Innovative R & B, and electro-pop sonic in the vein of the...
A lot of big words can be used to describe Andrew Leahey and The Homestead. One of such phrases is vociferous. Since 2016 The band has released three albums. In that time, The band has shown that it is...
Given that drummer/vibraphonist/songwriter Ches Smith did not breakthrough as a leader until his 2016 The Bell on ECM, He has definitely been influential in the years and though not always. His foray displayed pianist Craig Taborn and violist Mat...