One of the most influential musicians of the last thirty years, Brian Eno, seems to hear light, perceive the poetry of a fleeting instant, and create music that transcends definitions. Continue reading “Playing with light: Brian Eno” »
22-year-old New Zealander Kimbra Lee Johnson is fast becoming one of the most recognizable faces and voices in Music video history of the last 5 years thanks to her duet with Australian crooner Gotye on “Somebody That I Used to Know” Continue reading “Getting to know Kimbra.” »
Chan Marshall is the definition of a true “indie-rock” rock star, —the mercurial singer-songwriter A.K.A. Cat Power.
Born in Atlanta, Marshall first emerged with her debut album, Dear Sir (1995), during the golden age of the mid- ’90s Alternative Nation. I guess we were all alternative; since life seem to flow as opposed to stop and go and everyone or most every one seem to have a project or something worthwhile to do, and the World seemed to be turning an auspicious corner…then came the rest… Continue reading “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” »
Things musically have come a long way in Russia since Mr. Trololo hit the airwaves. Case and point: hip and happening synth-pop trio Tesla Boy: after three years building a name in Russia, and a few different line-ups, they are finally spit and polish ready to enter the “global” music scene. Continue reading “Tesla Boy: a magic pill of happiness from Russia.” »
Strange? Inscrutable? Cryptic? Finding the right word to describe Bradford Cox is not easy. The Atlanta-based musician, lead singer of the popular and eclectic indie rock band Deerhunter and mastermind behind one of the most esoteric solo project of lately: Atlas Sound, is tall and lanky and moves with a long, excited gait thanks to a genetic condition of the connective tissue called Marfan Syndrome. Continue reading “Bradford Cox parallax view” »