Mclusky

Wales is a land not often associated with it’s musical performers.  There has been a few popular acts here and there but nothing to shake a stick at, if shaking sticks is your thing.  I’m here today to talk you about the wonderful Welsh band Mclusky.  Mclusky filled a niche that few other bands have, [...]

Csókolom

Traditional gypsy music isn’t exactly something you see the kids falling over themselves these days.  But let’s just say it is, let us  imagine for a sec that all the sorority girls are begging their parents to send them to Transylvania for spring break.  In this perverse vision where beer parties on a warm Floridian [...]

R. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders

R. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders recorded a series of three albums in the 70′s but don’t let the date of release fool you.  If you listen to their music you’ll find absolutely no indication that it is from the seventies mainly because (for those that don’t know) the US was in the midst [...]

A Tribe Called Quest

I first started listening to A Tribe Called Quest back when I first saw the video for I Left My Wallet on Yo! MTV Raps(RIP).  The R&B/jazz based beats, the smooth rhymes by Q-Tip and Phife.  ATCQ were a classic hip hop act from the start.  If I listen to their catalog now it’s hard [...]

AC/DC

AC/DC is a band so close to my heart it is only right that I discuss them to kick off this site.  My older brothers were big AC/DC fans(having grown up in seventies) and by the age of four(in 1981) Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap was my favorite album.  I used to sing the lyrics [...]