Live Music Recommendations #25 – Lianne La Havas: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Live Music Recommendations #25 – Lianne La Havas: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HUV5a7MgS4 On a previous Live Music Recommendation, I discussed the significance of Lianne La Havas and her sonically R&B innovative self-titled 2020 release that is up on my list for album of the year. To be fair, I didn’t discover La Havas until this latest record release, but I’ve always heard about how great her

Live Music Recommendations #24 – The Japanese House – ‘The Full Session’ I The Bridge 909 in Studio

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VJENXs3AX4 The Japanese House has been on my music radar since they first got on a tour with The 1975 a few years back. The group consists of solo artist Amber Bain who contributes the songwriting, vocals, guitar, synths, and keyboards. The indie-pop stylings of Bain have intrigued me since I first discovered The Japanese

Live Music Recommendations #23 – Mac Miller: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QrR_gm6RqCo Mac Miller is one of those artists that represent musical growth and expansion most artists aren’t able to achieve. To be honest, I got into Mac’s music after he had already died, and it’s a shame I didn’t sooner. Whether you’re looking at some of Mac’s earlier work or his posthumous record Circles, all

Live Music Recommendations #22 – Black Sabbath – Live in Paris 1970

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rF2OSSDoMU For this Live Music Recommendation, I decided to re-watch a concert I loved growing up, which was Black Sabbath live in Paris 1970. This is an immaculate performance that captured everything Sabbath brought to the rock genre in the 1970s. Not only is this a special performance from a historical standpoint, but it’s captured