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God Bless Marky Ramone

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Get to Know: Joywave

Who: Daniel Armbruster (vocals), Joseph Morinelli (guitar), Sean Donnelly (bass), Benjamin Bailey (keyboards), and Paul Brenner (drums). The band is best known for its collaboration with electronic music project Big Data, “Dangerous.” NB: Not the newest band but their “Tongues” has gotten… Continue Reading →

Get to Know: Local Natives

Who: The band came together in Orange County, where Kelcey Ayer, Ryan Hahn, and Taylor Rice attended Tesoro High School. One year after graduating college at UCLA, they were joined by bassist Andy Hamm and drummer Matt Frazier. Where: Los Angeles… Continue Reading →

TBT: Cars

What better way to start the drive into work with Gary Numan’s “Cars.” Dananana dada dananana da da de da de da…yeah, that’s me singing in the car. It’s not pretty, but the how you can not like this song?… Continue Reading →

Get to know: ODESZA

It’s kinda a gray day, but the mood is upbeat. What do you want to listen to? Something chill, with great vocals. Oh and you want a strong beat because you can’t spend the entire day on the couch, no… Continue Reading →

Old Timey Luv

Because it’s Valentine’s Day. Because it’s my blog. Because you’re mine (no backsies). Here is my playlist for you: The Smithereens, Indigo Blues Pete Shelley, Telephone Operator Daft Punk, Get Lucky David Bowie, Let’s Dance Beastie Boys, She’s Crafty Anita… Continue Reading →

The Buzz

Buzzfeed recently listed the top 25 New Artists You Need in Your Life in 2015. As a reader service, here is a quick, honest opinion of their songs that you really do need in your life:

Into The Furs Like a Train

Picture this: its the mid-70s and punk rock is everywhere. Yet, because it’s everywhere it’s starting to lose some of its way, and somewhere in London the five members of the Psychedelic Furs enter the scene with fast, pounding drums… Continue Reading →

Why I Blog…A Retrospective

Or: What I learned after blogging for one year. First, writing can be a chore. This shouldn’t have surprised me since I sort of do it for a living, and to paraphrase Barbie, “Writing is hard.” But with all things… Continue Reading →

Ringing in the New Year with Holy Ghost!

Thanks to obnoxious work schedules, ringing in the Near Year on the proper Eve and Day were not possible for the hubs and me, so we did the next best thing and took advantage of Holy Ghost! coming to town…. Continue Reading →

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