If you’re looking for a polite and none offensive band move on to the next review. Bobaflex continues to be in your face with their hard-hitting rock songs telling you what they feel and think and most of all say what we all want say at times. This is the band that brought you “I’m Glad your Dead” after all.
I realized when looking over my list of the ten best albums of 2017 that they were all by male artists. I found that strange given how many amazing albums came out this past year by female artists. For fun, I expanded my list to twenty and, not surprisingly, eight of the next ten best albums were by female artists. What I like about the albums on that list is how much more diverse they are than my first ten, which is mostly hip hop.
What a year and we are ending with an amazing issue. Firstly we are very proud to end the year with Talib Kweli cover who gives Vandala an insightful and […]
Recorded in 1988 and never before released, this session from Psyche includes songs that the band never recorded, as well as alternative takes with different lyrics that never appeared on […]
I try to keep my finger on the pulse of hip hop’s beating heart. I keep an eye on the up and comers and an ear on the airwaves. But I have to admit that somehow, like many, I have managed to sleep on Cyhi The Prynce these past couple years.
Curtis Mayfield. Sam Cooke. Al Green. James Brown. And then there’s Leon Bridges, Benjamin Booker, JD McPherson, Jack White and The James Hunter Six. This is the lineage, past and present, to which Curtis Harding belongs. Funk, soul, classic R&B. The music pays tribute to hey-day Stax records, the swinging 60’s and the free love 70’s, in equal measure.
“Dallas Smith was grabbing cell phones taking selfies and video for fans to keep on the cell phones. The band and him were on top of speakers and up and down the stage fully interacting with fans.”