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Life Is Beautiful Day 3- Review and Interviews

After hitting hard for two straight days via Kanye, Lionel, Questlove, Outkast etc, Sunday’s Life Is Beautiful fest lineup provided a fitting end and tied an electro pop, hip-hop, soul and rock bow on an intensely fun weekend. Beginning my afternoon (yay for sleeping late) by connecting with Liz and Louie of Holychild after their […]

Life Is Beautiful Day 2- Review and Interviews

Fresh off the Kanye experience the night before, I regrouped and returned for Day 2 of The Life Is Beautiful fest in the afternoon to resume my eating, watching and listening festivities. This day’s insane lineup featured some of my favorite high energy acts and I knew lots of dancing would be in my future.Starting […]

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 54

In an earlier post I spoke about great albums. Well, if there are great albums which generate great songs, then there ought to be albums which have more than one track on this list. There are tracks from 688 albums on the list plus 127 singles, 15 EP’s, one demo and one unreleased track (all […]

Life Is Beautiful Day 1- Review and Interviews

As I sit overlooking the mountains behind Las Vegas with a coffee cup Carrie Bradshaw would describe as “the size of my head”, it’s time to discuss all I touched, tasted and saw at this weekend’s ‘Life Is Beautiful’ festival. Since there was so much to process, I’ll break up my recaps so peep Day […]

Rock In Rio USA Kicks Off Its 2015 Strip Invasion

In Vegas for the weekend’s “Life Is Beautiful” extravaganza, my extra day’s stay awarded me another extravaganza and a sneak peek of all three Rock in Rio USA’s “Rock Streets” (Rock Street UK, USA and Brazil) within Vegas’ “City of Rock”, a brand new venue being built for two weekends of rock, soul and pop […]

Press Release Roundup: October 27

Music journalists get hit with a steady helping of press releases every day. For the music fan without that kind of sensory overload, a lot of music news can pass by without being seen. Every Monday, I will weed through and compile a list of some of the most intriguing press releases to come across […]

Interview: Kimbra

As I prep for more upcoming travel, it’s not shocking music is always a must-have. U2’s cloud delivered ‘Songs of Innocence’? Uh no. Grammy-winning New Zealand artist Kimbra’s ‘Vows’ and her latest, ‘The Golden Echo’? Yes, please. Since I first saw her mesmerizing live version of ‘Plain Gold Ring’, I felt a kindred left-field thinking […]

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 53

At this point, it may be worthwhile taking a look back (and forward anticipating the tracks to come) to see what genres of music are most heavily represented. This will be the first of such reviews as we count down towards my top all time track. Below then is an account of the top ten […]

Press Release Roundup: October 20

Music journalists get hit with a steady helping of press releases every day. For the music fan without that kind of sensory overload, a lot of music news can pass by without being seen. Every Monday, I will weed through and compile a list of some of the most intriguing press releases to come across […]

Interview: Helado Negro

Living as a bilingual and bicultural Latina naturally presents a constant theme of duality. The concept of not quite fitting into a neatly checked box of “What Are You?” or “¿Quíen es?” throughout child and adulthood, currently remains a daily reality. Ecuadorian-American musician Helado Negro knows this all too well and explores this idea in […]

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