Monday, January 30 2012
The three-day 2011 edition of Slipped Discs -- where we feature great albums that missed our Best Albums of 2011 -- kicks off with Akron/Family's most experimental work, Kate Bush's sound poetry, the stunning Anna Calvi, the brilliant hip-hop of Drake, and many more.
Wednesday, December 14 2011
Some of 2011's best songwriting came from artists whose work could be broadly defined as "alternative". Few of these artists fit the mold of the traditional singer-songwriter, creating music the blurs the lines defining genres.
Sunday, January 13 2013
In the final track, “Time is Money”, somewhere between the lines “Time is happy ever after” and “Jesus / Jesus / Jesus / take the wheel” my eyes rolled back so far in my head that I could see the inside of my ears and noticed that they were no longer paying attention.
Wednesday, December 7 2011
The point isn’t that Eskimos don’t actually have 50 words for snow. It’s that Kate Bush does.
Sunday, June 19 2011
Kate Bush remakes some of her earlier songs, and she's not messing around.
Wednesday, November 16 2005
Twelve years is a long time, but Bush's latest shows that she's still one of the most unique artists out there.
Wednesday, June 11 2014
Audra Isadora's cover of the Kate Bush tune "Babooskha" is both a testament to Isadora's love for Bush and of the power a fantastic cover version can have.
Wednesday, March 26 2014
First Kate Bush announces her return to the concert stage, and then the Pixies get ready to drop their first album in over 20 years. It's been a surprising week in music news.
Tuesday, April 26 2011
Eclectic British songwriter Kate Bush has a new album releasing 16 May called Director’s Cut and she has just released the first video from the