New Music Releases – August 3rd to August 9th, 2020

Yet another week has gone by, which means it’s time to discover new music and look at the forefront of what the industry has presented us. This past week has been a fantastic week for new music, which is always a bright spot.    If you’re interested in listening to or buying any of the

Music Recommendations #12

Another day of weariness has gone by, which means a list of digestible music has occurred. Speaking for myself, I listened to a number of interesting tracks and records that intrigued me quite a bit.   Depending on my mood, I either stick with a specific genre throughout a week or am all over the

An Introduction to Ambient and Drone Music

It’s a fascinating study to look at a specific niche of music that is typically unknown to the mass populous. Outside of the attraction to know or enjoy something most people don’t (as hipster as it sounds), it makes our overall music digestion expand with a multitude of songs we previously wouldn’t have known.  

Live Music Recommendations #10 – Blind Melon – Live Woodstock ’94

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xph8pPJMB8 Blind Melon, one of the most popular bands from the 1990s came to an unfortunate demise after their lead singer, Shannon Hood, died in 1995. Outside of their mainstream success with songs like No Rain and Change, the group had an interesting sound crossed between alternative rock, grunge, and neo-psychedelia.  This concert features Blind

How the Music Community is Being Affected by the Pandemic

Perspective creates gratitude, a notion that’s representative of countless musicians around the world who are missing out on touring and playing shows. Although it’s difficult to look at any specific scenario in this new reality and complain about it, musicians and entertainers in general, have been severely affected by it. If you told someone a