This week we dive into a review of Break It Yourself by Andrew Bird. Then we talk a bit about our emotional connections with music, what we seek to gain, and the implications we ascribe to certain styles and genres.
This week, we review Sublime Currency by Abandoned Pools, and then we press on with last week’s discussion of intelligence vs. creativity.
This week we gear up for a review of Information Retrieved by Pinback, and then we voice our thoughts on the recent fiasco involving Glee’s “cover” of Jonathan Coulton’s “Baby Got Back” arrangement
This week we review the latest album from The Avett Brothers, The Carpenter, and we criticize critics who don’t think critically.
This week we talk about what we’ve been listening to, we review Menomena’s latest album, Moms, and get into an introductory conversation about the art of music.
This week we mention what we’ve been listening to lately, we review The Young Veins album, Take A Vacation!, and discuss cross-media pollination between books and music.
This week we talk about the science of Pop music, the latest album from Interpol, and the cohesiveness of album composition.
This week we talk about new music videos, new music from Green Day, how some musicians are pompous, an album review of You Can’t Take It with You by As Tall As Lions, and then we discuss music in marketing campaigns. Also I want to thank the Wall Street Playaz for letting us use “Livin’ The Life” as our theme music.
This week we talk about the world’s largest drumsticks, a review of Cage The Elephant’s latest, Thank You, Happy Birthday, and then get up close and personal with the Wall Street Playaz. Enjoy!