Nordpop shoots another dart at the world’s ear with Anniemal by soft-singing, subtle disco queen, Anne Lilia Berge-Strand, or to her fans, Annie.
It is a good time to be involved in rap music. While the industry has spawned some billion-dollar posers who are currently waning in popularity, the independent, hungry artists are increasingly making vital, creative, good music. As evidence of this welcomed trend, look no further than the Atlanta’s ATF Records. While Psyche Origami’s Is Ellipsis […]
Sometimes a band’s press sheet is about as clear as Scott McClellan trying to spin current Bush Administration policies. And in many ways, these words just serve to undermine a group’s attempts to build a fan base. Take The Heavenly States, for example. The group’s publicist describes its sophomore album Black Comet as a “pop […]
Branching off from a multi-platinum band, like the Foo Fighters for instance, to start a new musical venture is a double edged sword. Sure, you might have the time (in-between Foo records of course), the money and a relaxed label backing the launch of such an endeavor, but the microscope is enhanced when straying from […]
Just Surrender’s debut full length is set to be released July 12, and even though it isn’t anything earth-shattering or life-changing, they’ve created some works that are just solid enough to be a worthy addition to anyone’s pop-punk collection without leading to complete and utter boredom. There are hints of Armor for Sleep, Taking Back […]
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Rhymesayers can be ceaselessly trusted. Every release is as flawless as the last and this is just another shining example. Back in ’02, Underground hip-hop’s seminal geniuses MURS and Slug (Atmosphere) combined forces to release Felt: A Tribute to Christina Ricci. The album was more than […]
The Apes, Mr. PacmanLarimer LoungeSunday, July 3, 2005 Delivering their second show of the day in Denver (Larimer Lounge hosted an earlier 21+ BBQ and later a Club Smash hosted event for All Ages) it’s clear from the start that there is nothing safe about The Apes. On stage steps a member of band adorned […]
March of the Penguins (Luc Jacquet) One day people will look back on 2005 as the year of the Penguins. Two major releases involving penguins “Madagascar” and “March of the Penguins” are out now both putting the bird in the lime light. I thought I would send the penguin caretakers from the Denver Zoo to […]