Wednesday, May 21 2014
Here's the new video by the singer/songwriter Megan Bonnell, the gorgeous, piano-driven ballad about the follies of love called "Off the World".
In the two decades since the band's self-titled "Blue Album" was released, Weezer's output has been a grab bag. PopMatters looks into the top 15 songs that prove that there's more to Weezer than being "Blue".
Patrick Park's "Dust and Mud", off of his Love Like Swords, LP, is a perfect summer tune. Director JT Gurzi directed the video for the song.
God Loves Uganda exists to educate and enrage; it paints a clear portrait of good versus evil.
As the creator of iambic fictions, Shakespeare is the ultimate meme. His name stirs a cascade of associations, memories and feelings in all who are touched by his work.
No one making music today merges the worlds of popular music, experimental music, Western classical music, and European folk music as expertly as Yann Tiersen, and ∞ is one of his most fully realized projects.
With Wine Dark Sea Holland has put her own enduring stamp on American music.
A final raucous farewell to electro's best ever behemoths.
Too much Up and Reveal, not enough Murmur and Reckoning.
Tuesday, May 20 2014
Here's the lead cut from Toronto band Comet Control's self-titled debut, "Blast Magic". Driving guitars, a strong low end, and a wash of psychedelic haze build a palpable intensity over the song's eight minutes.