The Naddiks 21CB EP Review

Lost and Found is a raucous track that sails on a fuzzy sea of guitars and intensively emotive vocals that are equal amounts Dexter Holland, Justin Sane, and Paul Westerberg. The dynamic between the guitars and drums creates something that is absurdly fast while possessing just enough order to properly wallop anyone that is listening in. Continue reading

Pedro Soler & Philippe Mouratoglou to play Isaac Albeniz’s “Rumores de la Caleta”

The work of Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909) draws profound inspiration from popular music, such as Suite espagnole, Iberia, Recuerdos de Viaje, and Cantos de España. Even though he composed for the piano with the greatest respect for the original forms – sevillanas, malagueñas, bulerias – his style is influenced by the specific colors of the guitar. Continue reading

Harry Thomsen – “Law of Thinking”, “Law of Forgiveness”, and “Law of Sacrifice”

Harry Thomsen has cut three tracks – Law of Thinking, Law of Forgiveness, and Law of Sacrifice – that are based on the writings of Dr. Raymond Holliwell. Law of Thinking is an orchestral rock effort that links together the Scorpions and Kix. The deliberate beat that is weaved through the effort is countered nicely through Giddam’s vocal contributions. Continue reading

ON AN ON release new song “Drifting”

This spring ON AN ON will embark upon tour dates with Big Data following multiple performances at SXSW. The Minneapolis trio have a big year ahead of them in 2015 as they prepare for the forthcoming release of their sophomore album later this summer. Continue reading