is the latest album by Entombed A.D. and the band have created a video for the title track. The video looks rustic, which may be code for “old”, “classic”, a relic, crusty, but awesome and it’s all of that and more, looking like something pulled from the archives but it was just shot a few months ago. The album is out now via Century Media.
is the name of the album by Walking Dead On Broadway, who are in the theme of the season by creating a video for the song “Haunted”. This may be perfect for the ghosts in your life or maybe you need a theme of eeriness. Check it out when the album is released on November 11th.
I had went on vacation for a week, thus the reason why there hasn’t been any posts. The website is not dead yet so fear not, things will return to normal in a few days from now. Thanks.
A month ago, I stated Mint Records will be releasing the second album from Monomyth on November 4th called Happy Pop Family and now you’re getting a chance to hear another song from it. This one is titled “Re:Lease Life (Place 2 Go)”, maybe it will take you to a new place of enjoyment.
He calls it a “visual mixtape” but Haddy Racks calls this one #Mixtagram v.2 No Cuffin Season. This project has him rhyming over songs made famous by 2Pac, Cam’rom, Nas, Jadakiss and many others so if you’d like to check it out, go to Haddy’s official Instagram account or head to AudioMack for an audio download.
Recognize Your Power is an EP that Edo G and Shabaam Sahdeeq will be releasing next week Friday (October 14th and from it is a track I’m sharing with you here, and it features Ras Kass and Folis. Have a listen to “Trust Ya Self” and then understand yourself.
Due out sometime in 2017 is the new album from Lovely Bad Things and they decided to make a video from it using a VHS camcorder, or at least that’s what it looks like. “Teenage Grownups” is a nice way to go back to what it felt like, or perhaps as grown-ups, we feel like we’re still young punks.
The folks at Audio Fidelity have been dipping into some morsels in the last year and as 2016 slowly comes to a close, they are entering the world of jazz fusion with new hybrid SACD remasters.
Tale Spinnin’ was Weather Report’s fifth album that came out in 1975. While my dad was not heavy into jazz fusion, he did love this album and I’m not sure if he was like me where he randomly chose an album and said “I’ll try this” or if he simply liked the cover. He bought it on cassette and it became one of his cruising albums. Personal reflection aside, this was the album produced bY Weather Report members Joe Zawinul and Wayne Shorter and this one contains some nice gems, including “Five Short Stories” and “Lusitanos”.
Musicmagic was Return To Forever’s seventh album which is also known for being the group’s last. This was the follow-up to the band’s successful Romantic Warrior album and with this one, Stanley Clarke and Chick Corea were the remaining two from the original line-up. There was a live album after Musicmagic but by then, it was over. Upon listening to Musicmagic, it sounded like they could’ve went on forever like their own name but they had other plans. This one has Clarke’s “So Long Mickey Mouse” while thea lbum ends with a song done by Corea and his wife Gayle Moran, “The Endless Night”.
The CD side will feature the original stereo mix of the album while the SACD side will contain the original quadraphonic mix. Both of these discs are scheduled for release on October 21st, both can be pre-ordered below via Amazon.com.
On its way from St. Paul, Minnesota is a new album from DB Tha Rasta and from it is a track he did with G Herbo, who some of you may know as Lil’ Herb. Check out “Drill Season” and get to drillin’!
Next week is when you’ll be able to pick up the new album by Light Fantastic called Out Of View (Spiritual Pajamas). Until then, have a preview through one of its sonngs called “To The Center”, and maybe it will become the center of your consciousness. Out Of View will be released next week Friday (October 7th). The vinyl pressing and other formats can be pre-ordered below via Amazon.com.