K-OS – Collected

Usually an artist will be between records before they put out a “collection,” either that or something similar is considered a retrospective. Canada’s brother K-OS is not the usual musician, however, and he rarely does things that are expected. Therefore, on the heels of his critically acclaimed third album, Atlantis: Hymns for Disco, comes the […]

K-OS – Hymns for Disco

The Canadian Wyclef is back. This self-proclaimed B-boy K-OS, continues to push the boundaries of what hip-hop music is, firmly entrenching himself in the comparable company of such visionaries as Andre 3000, Cee-Lo, and the aforementioned ‘Clef. Where his first album Exit was the introduction of a great talent, and the sophomore release Joyful Rebellion […]

Tristan Prettyman – twentythree

Let’s get the obvious comparisons out of the way now, shall we? Jack Johnson, Jason Mraz, Jewel, Norah Jones, even John Mayer. Edie Brickell, maybe Lisa Loeb. But I hate most of them, and I kinda like Tristan Prettyman. Maybe because I can tell that what she really wants to be is Ani DiFranco, but […]

Sleepy Jackson

If I had one word to describe The Sleepy Jackson, it would be “catchy!” Fortunately, the good people at Kaffeine Buzz allow me a little more leeway than just one word. Hailing from Melbourne Australia, the band is in the middle of their American tour. Lovers, Sleepy Jackson’s first album has recently hit the shelves, […]