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A New Pack Emerges: ‘Alpha Girls’ Premieres

Scoping the teaser videos for the dope new show, ‘Alpha Girls’ which premiered this week, I was intrigued. ‘Alpha Girls’ follows four powerful Asian and Asian-American women (artist Mina Kwon, DJ/producer TOKiMONSTA, Hellz Bellz designer Miss Lawn and model Soo Joo Park) as they navigate the fashion, art and music worlds, offering behind the scenes […]

Meme: Plumbers or Musicians?

Interview: The Doppelgangaz

Among the flurry of hot new albums dropped during the month of February, underground cloak-loving NY based pair The Doppelgangaz’s fourth studio album, “Peace Kehd”, made the fav list, consistently blaring from my speakers since its release. Duo Matter Ov Fact and EP’s amusing and brilliantly bizarre content’s become their trademark in their catalog with […]

ROCK Notes for February 26th, 2014

Get happy with Pharrell Between his vocal contributions on “Blurred Lines” and “Get Lucky”, Pharrell Williams was heard absolutely everywhere in 2013. That music ubiquity is only going to continue with the release of his own album G I R L on March 3rd. If anyone has the makings of being the next big crossover […]

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 19

There is a word which every music critic in the history of music criticism will use at least once. No matter how hard you strive to avoid it, that word will keep popping up and you will be forced to confront it. You will consult a thesaurus to try to identify alternatives, but in the […]

Interview: Mark de Clive-Lowe

In the world where we live or die on the hot single, as a music fan nowadays, it’s rare to find cohesive albums that hold your attention with intricate production from start to finish. E-digging in the crates yet again, I came across such a gem called “Renegades” by New Zealand born, LA based producer, […]

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 18

One consequence of not having LP album covers any more is that I find myself unable to recite the lyrics of many of my favourite songs which date from after the demise of the vinyl LP. This is a direct consequence of not having the lyrics printed on the inside sleeve, as was so often […]

ROCK Notes for February 18th, 2014

Constantines coming back Fans of Canadian indie rock were pleasantly surprised a few days ago with the unexpected news that Constantines are reuniting in 2014. For the uninitiated, it’s been four years since the Guelph-born band’s last show together, who were celebrated throughout the 2000s for beautiful and brilliantly written songs such as “Young Lions”, […]

Sunday’s Best: Brother Ali

Back in the day, when this place was crawling with forums and chats about random acts of music, we used to poll ourselves to see which release by an artist not only set them atop of the industry but stapled them in as musical gods. No longer just a face of the Rhymesayers group, Brother […]

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 17

Call me old-fashioned, but I still have a predeliction for albums and do not consider myself actually owning a piece of music unless I can pick it up in my hands and look at it. Of course, though I have more CD albums now than vinyl ones, I have many singles and EP’s for there […]

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