Tag: Love

September 22, 2016 /

For the last little while I’ve diving deep into Good Evening, the debut album of the L.A.

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January 14, 2016 /

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“All I want… is a ride or die…”

Lately I’ve been putting quite bit of play on Devoted, the second album from the Cali indie group Rituals of Mine (formerly known as Sister Crayon).  

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September 3, 2015 /

Oh, I’ve loved this one for a long while.

Icebird is (was?) the collaboration between producer RJD2 and singer Aaron Livingston (now known as Son Little), both solid musicians in their respective genres, with RJ gaining attention for his evocative, mostly-instrumental sounds and Livingston going from a guest spot on a track with The Roots to gaining traction for his solo efforts in his hometown of Philadelphia.

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January 29, 2015 /

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Die Young, the second record by the Australian indie band Collarbones is one record I keep on returning to.

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July 31, 2014 /
October 2, 2013 /
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This post isn’t about Cory Feldman. Sorry.

Child Actor is the duo of Max Heath and Natalie Plaza (replacing the original vocalist Sedgie Ogilvy) whose slickly-produced sounds have taken over my ears in short order.

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