Kate Nash - "Girl Talk"

Kate Nash’s third studio album, Girl Talk shows a Nash who has grown up from her soft and gentle, quirky teen melodies that propelled her to fame and taken up an aggressive, neo-punk sound. To the faithful who expect another dramatic album, Girl Talk keeps her themes of boys, love, and how to handle loneliness that has made her Britain’s favorite indie rock girl. Having followed the wave of many young British ban...

12 Mar 5:59 AM 0 Read More...

Atoms for Peace - "Amok"

Everyone has an opinion of Radiohead. Some regard them as one the most innovative groups in rock and experimental music, while many label the band overrated and pretentious. What makes Radiohead such a polarizing group is the mastermind behind it all: Thom Yorke. Yorke is one of the few popular musicians to bring experimental music to the masses. With his ambitious take on music and art he is also cast as one of the ...

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Shlohmo - "Laid Out"

In a musical landscape saturated with 808 drum samples, syncopated rhythms, and sidechained compressors, it is rare for an artist to develop a style that allows them stand out, rather than blend in with the concrete and graffiti influenced beat scene of L.A. 20 year-old producer Henry Laufer aka Shlohmo was able to do just that in 2011 with the release of his debut album, Bad Vibes. This album was a much needed repr...

10 Mar 4:38 AM 0 Read More...

Mazes - "Ores & Minerals"

This album is Radio 1190's CD of the Month for March! British indie rock gurus Mazes present new album Ores & Minerals, bearing a mélange of catchy rifts, rhythmic grooves overlaid with glassy, alternative vocals. The trio of lo-fi loving musicians, lead by singer/guitarist Jack Cooper, produce heart-warming chord progressions and forward moving melodies. The group plays off of an American nineties style rock...

10 Mar 3:14 AM 0 Read More...

Charles Bradley - "Victim of Love"

Back in 2011, a little known soul man named Charles Bradley released his first ever LP, No Time For Dreaming on the fabled Brooklyn label Daptone. At 64 years old, Bradley was hardly breaking out in the prime of his youth, but with good reason. After seeing James Brown in 1964, he was inspired, imitating the late performer’s moves and working on his vocal chops. The music seemed to be where he was headed from ear...

09 Mar 6:27 AM 0 Read More...