Tag Archives: art

REVIEW: BASTILLE – VS. (OTHER PEOPLE’S HEARTACHE PT. III)…

My first review of the year is for a band I was playing constantly throughout last year, Bastille. There’s something just a little bit different about their sound that distinguishes them from any other modern British rock groups. They aren’t afraid to use electronics to broaden their sonic palate, but at their core they are […]

TOP 25 ALBUMS OF 2014 – #1: PRINCE – ART OFFICIAL AGE…

Finally… the top of the list! This year it wasn’t easy. In fact there were easily over 50 albums this year that I really liked and had to choose from. There were even a couple that I hadn’t even heard until I had the list completed. But there was one album that topped my favorites, […]

REVIEW: PRINCE – ART OFFICIAL AGE…

Prince’s last proper album with a wide release was 2009’s Lotusflow3r/MPLSound, which as some of you may recall was a Target-only release in America, sold in a 3-part package with an album by his latest muse at the time, Bria Valente. Five full years ago. To a fan that grew up with an artist that […]

PINK FLOYD’S *THE DIVISION BELL* TURNS 20! – HOW I BECAME OBSESSED WITH PINK FLOYD…

Twenty years ago this Sunday, March 30 1994 in the UK (but not until April 5th in the US), the final Pink Floyd studio album The Division Bell was released to extremely high and impatient expectations. Their previous album, A Momentary Lapse of Reason, created a dividing line amongst fans. Original lyricist Roger Waters had […]