Tags: Top Albums of 2010
Next Wednesday, December 22 we will be publishing our esteemed editorial top albums of 2010. It was an interesting year for music. Tune in Wednesday to see what our diverse editorial staff enjoyed during the year.
Coming off the success of his debut album, Rocky Maivia: Non-Title Match, Vallejo California’s rising lyricist Moe Green is treating fans with a video for “Lights, Camera, Action,” the bonus track off his recently released project. As he continues to prep a forthcoming EP, Lionheart, as well as the release of his official debut album, To Whom It May Concern, produced entirely by Rob-E and dropping in 2011, Moe continues to release new music and videos from Rocky Maivia. And with this video, for a song that has become a fan favorite at Moe’s live shows, Moe is releasing an equally high energy and fun video.
Look out all you post-rock instrumental bands. There is a group coming out of Sweden to rival the best bands like Explosions in the Sky and Envy! They are called Dorena. Do yourself a favor and check out their new Deep Elm release, About Everything And More. We caught them on tour to find out what some of their favorite indie bands are: Read more
Bursting with promise, overflowing with “wow” moments and played every bit as visionary as it is titled, No Words To Voice Our Hopes And Fears adds an entirely new level to GOONIES NEVER SAY DIE’s already-impressive musical architecture. Here are some bands they have been listening too lately:
Lead by playfully angry and charismatic front man, Ryan Malott, 500 Miles To Memphis has received international praise for their ability to satisfy the musical hunger of fans in both country and alternative/punk genres. Here’s some of their favorite bands: Read more
For years, I ‘googled it’ as “The Jean Song”, which I remembered as titled when I listened to it. The song being a cassette b-side of “Creep” on Long Island, America so long ago, this song eluded me on several expensive import lessons purchased. Enjoy my $180.00!
When it comes to providing help to those in need, you can always count on musicians to do their part. To help communities impacted by the recent Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, some of today’s hottest bands have joined together with Global Green USA to release a benefit compilation entitled Gasoline Rainbows, out on November 30ththrough Roark Records. Gasoline Rainbows will be available exclusively as a digital download. Read more
J Roddy Walston and the Business – “Used to did” Keep sounding like this, and play it live, fans will come…
The band’s take on classic Nirvana from the Spin studio sessions: