On A Thing Called Divine Fits, Divine Fits set aside their egos for something far more pure, making for an attentive listen overall.
Spoon played a rocking set in despite the heat at Día de la Música.
While “Milk Famous” will satisfy an appetite for dance-rock, White Rabbits may not make a memorable impression on many music fans. They possess the necessary ingredients to become indie-pop demi-gods, but this record is not quite complete proof.
Spoon celebrate their twentieth birthday this year, and “Kill The Moonlight” celebrates its tenth. Anyone who knows this record will agree that “Kill the Moonlight” only ages better and better with every passing year.
Think about the first time you heard Spoon‘s “Kill the Moonlight”. Any Spoon record hits what I’m going for, but “Kill The Moonlight” does it best; every note has a purpose, not a single superfluous element. In the 00′s, a decade of The Go! Team and noise rock fads, Spoon had a great niche as [...]
Introduce a song as an “epic soul-banger” and instantly win my heart, ladies and gents I present to you Beakr. Micah Smith is a homie from Boise and living in Chicago, who’s been composing electronic and indie rock music for the past 10 years- churning out great remixes and now brings us his own new [...]
If you’re unaware of what Music Monday is, it’s a Twitter recommendation system where users of Twitter share their favourite music, artists, genres, etc in order to not only find new music themselves but help others find new music too. Using the hashtag (#) followed by “MusicMonday” you can easily find new music posted by [...]