Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
|New Releases||All New Releases|
|WZRDWZRD||GhostorySchool of Seven Bells||All of MeEstelle||The Slideshow EffectMemoryhouse|
|Release MeLyle Lovett||Rooms Filled With LightFanfarlo||BreakfastChiddy Bang||Black RadioRobert Glasper|
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|Editors' Picks||All Editors' Picks|
|InterstellarFrankie Rose |
After paying her dues with bands like Vivian Girls and the Crystal Stilts, Frankie Rose has finally turned her undivided attention to solo records, and the result is the Interstellar, a collection of songs that take their inspiration as much from new wave and synth pop as they do garage rock.
|Songs for DrellaLou Reed & John Cale |
After two decades and change without collaborating, ex-Velvet Underground members John Cale and Lou Reed released Songs for Drella , an intimate portrait of Andy Warhol by two of his old friends, telling the artist's life story with a a mixture of art-pop and forward-thinking rock. More
|ShotgunJunior Walker & The All-Stars |
On his proper debut, Motown's finest saxman exploded out of the gate with this collection of gritty soul jams, trading in the label's signature polished sound for something ferocious and wild, highlighted not only by his iconic sax solos, but the iconic vocals of Willie Woods as well. More
Check out a few of this week's latest and greatest reissues, singles, and more:
|Vee VeeArchers of Loaf||The Mourning of a StarKeith Jarrett||ShallowBeach Fossils||Hairdresser BluesHunx|
|Top Albums||All Top Albums|
|MaraquopaDamien Jurado||Careless World: Rise of the Last KingTyga||Some Nightsfun.||Who's Feeling Young Now?Punch Brothers|
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Monday, February 27, 2012
Everyone should serve from the day after their 18th birthday to the day before their 21st birthday. Then we won't have to hear "Thank you for your service" from all those who didn't want to give three (or more) years to their country. The less likely they were to have served, the more intently they thank those who did. "It was my honor" is the reply that should be given. "It had nothing to do with you."
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Saturday, February 25, 2012
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