I do truly appreciate the two instrumentals, one of “It’s Gonna Rain” and one of “On This Day” that end the EP. There’s lots of fun guitar stuff and piano respectively on the tunes and in fact for me, Matt Rohde’s solo ivory tickling on the “On This Day” instrumental is my most favorite moment on the Baskerville Jones’ Mile 1.
It’s obvious that the Teknofonic artists know their modern club music and can present it well. Learn all about them here: www.teknofonic.com
Los Angeles Pat Campo presents some sly playing, semi-punk sensibilities mixed with dance and electronica vibes-and tight songwriting-on his CD Clouds In My Head.
Frightened Rabbit Painting of a Panic Attack (Atlantic Records) The three years between Pedestrian Verse and Painting of a Panic Attack marked […]
Seventeen solo albums in, it’s good to hear an ‘elder’ rocker like Pop still making music this vibrant (though if you missed Pop’s very French Préliminaires album from 2009 you need to get it right now!)…and being smart enough to reach out to the ‘younger’ set like Homme to make it with. Post pop Depression is a CD of fine playing, signature vocalizing and solid commercial rock tunes
James Girl at the End of the World (BMG) It seems that now more than ever, the survivors of Britpop are coming […]
Mayer Hawthorne Man About Town (Vagrant Records) Within the realms of music production and breakfast food, there are few approaches that Mayer […]
Ken Fury’s new-and 3rd-album-The Cry of Nature’s Birth explores more of the thick tapestry of this writer/singer/programmer/composer/producer’s world.
Little Green Cars Ephemera (Glassnote Records) The most interesting aspect of Ephemera, the second full-length release by Irish band Little Green Cars, […]
The main themes here are gorgeous, the acoustic guitar playing about as top notch as you’d expect-considering it is Mark Knopfler playing guitar and composing-the percussion background expert, whether spooky metallic churning replicating bison, or trilly xylophone all from Evelyn Glennie. This 10-song lush landscape soundtrack from Mark Knopfler and Evelyn Glennie for the movie of the same name, Altamira, is a little gem of a CD.