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Interview: Takuya Kuroda

In celebration of International Jazz Day, we’ll shine the spotlight today on a talented “Rising Son”, Japanese trumpeter Takuya Kuroda. Hailing from Kobe, Japan, Takuya found his way to his beloved instrument in quite an amusing manner. Moving to New York and later becoming a critical member of José James’ band, these two formed a […]

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 28

One fact I find quite engaging is how many people of the generation below me, as it were, got their musical introduction from listening to their parents’ (my generation) record collection. A few months ago I was at a John Watts gig and found myself talking to some young people who could only have been […]

Contest: Pixies (closed)

As you may have heard by now, one of the most respected bands to grace the indie music scene is back! Just in case you missed it, here are the details. PIXIES TO RELEASE FIRST FULL STUDIO ALBUM IN MORE THAN TWO DECADES

Meme: A Musical Question

Fest Review: Brokechella

Celebrating its fourth year, Brokechella returned last weekend, bearing walkable art, beer gardens and sunflowers. Naturally marketed as the antithesis of the expensive, traffic-filled dusty desert alternative, Brokechella offered the opportunity (for $10 advance, $20 at the door, can’t beat that) to see several rising local artists and comedians, sample some dope food truck wares […]

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 27

I have been asked in the past, not the least by Mrs Martel, why music is so important to me. I can only explain in the most general terms, that it was what I grew up with. Music spoke to me and said things about me in ways in which I could not. Music represented […]

Interview: Little Daylight’s Matt Lewkowicz

It’s no surprise the future remains bright for synth pop remixers and infectious “Overdose” hitmakers Little Daylight. Formed in 2012, this Brooklyn band’s racked up the accolades (check out their Passion Pit, Ra Ra Riot, The Neighbourhood and new Sky Ferreira remixes), quickly garnering “watch” buzz with their ‘Tunnel Vision’ EP and scored a deal […]

Meme: Your Diagnosis Is In

Meme: Play for Exposure?

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 26

Of course there are some who valiantly fight against this major label hegemony. Indeed, the Enemies List label states that it declares war on the majors. Independent record labels do their best and labels such as Cherry Red, Renascent, Rhino and the like specialise in reissuing lost classics. But they cannot take on the financial […]

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