The Importance Of Pink Moon By Nick Drake

The Importance Of Pink Moon By Nick Drake

Pink Moon by Nick Drake has emerged as my favorite album of all time. Though this ranking flips every so often, I love this record. For those who don’t know, Pink Moon was released two years before Drake’s death in November 1974, at the age of 26.   The lyrical content of Pink Moon deals

Album Recommendation: Feu! Chatterton – Palais d’argile

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwJji0LBkwY&list=PLiN-7mukU_RFRyDtH8PNynNqx59lASczB The biggest advantage of having the internet age upon us is the luxury of discovering new music so frequently. For someone like me who enters a state of euphoria every time I hear an artist I’ve never heard of, it’s extremely rewarding to dive into the genius that’s attached to so many artists. For

ALBUM HIGHLIGHT: Miles Davis – Kind of Blue

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5npLcaVEaw When thinking about Jazz, Miles Davis is one of the most conspicuous names from the genre. For those that don’t know, Davis was a trumpeter, bandleader, and composer and is often regarded as the most prominent and acclaimed figures in the history of jazz. He adopted a variety of musical directions in a five-decade

ALBUM HIGHLIGHT: Neutral Milk Hotel – In The Aeroplane Over The Sea

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2qPXPy4Mnw&t=379s Cult-status is an odd deeming quality for any subject, but especially for records. Usually, records with a cult-following didn’t originally hold the status, as it became a slow-drip to achieve that particular amount of status. For example, we can see a drip of acclaim in a sadder light with artists like Nick Drake who