BadBadNotGood, Talk Memory – pretty good jazz guys
Bahamas, Live To Tape: Volume I – most times one song doesn’t give an act years of immunity, but “Opening Act (The Shooby Dooby Song)” isn’t most songs
bbno$, eat ya veggies
Billy Bragg, The Million Things That Never Happened – is it even worth mentioning how terrible it is? Billy should change his name to Jesse and open a club on the Lower East Side
Christian Lopez, The Other Side
Don Toliver, Life Of A Don
James Arthur, It’ll All Make Sense in the End
James Blake, Friends That Break Your Heart – yes, this is MOST ANTICIPATED OF THE WEEK but I’m not sure I’m not gonna be disappointed in the long run… though that video at the top with Finneas fails to disappoint at all
Kevin Morby, A Night At the Little Los Angeles (Sundowner 4-Track Demos) – somewhat boring singer songwriter… he should be on Saddle Creek
Lala Lala I Want The Door To Open
Local H, Local H’s Awesome Quarantine Mix-Tape #3 – “Eddie Vedder” has give them quarter of a century of immunity from criticism…
Matt Maltese Good Morning It’s Now Tomorrow
Noah Gundersen A Pillar Of Salt
Oh Wonder, 22 Break – born to be sampled
Pip Blom, Welcome Break
Porches, All Day Gentle Hold!
Seventeen Going Under, Sam Fender
The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die, Illusory Walls
Trivium, In The Court Of The Dragon
Wale, Folarin II – I haven’t been a fan of this guy and yet here we are -tipping our hats for that great new song featuring J Cole, so who knows?
a covid-19 as break up, post-pandemic as new love metaphor
The Earliest Bird: Top New Recorded Release 10-22-21-10-28-22, Jack White’s “Taking Me Back and “Taking Me Back (Gently)” Reviewed
where an innocent child discovers his parents are from another planet
a pulsing badass number
a window into Paul Simon’s legendary career
No Mansfield is a rockstar and so much more…….
“Tarrant” is based on the Alice in Wonderland movies. Tarrant is the real name of the Mad Hatter.
in the postseason his record is 11-11
it makes you wish it was better
From The Old Rivalries Never Die They Just Become Clickbait Department: The Beatles Versus The Rolling Stones (For Idiots)
The Beatles are Shakespearean in their greatness, the Stones a touch more Francis Bacon
SohoJohnny with Martha Washington