I keep finding myself drawn to Australian artists of all genres recently, for whatever reason. There seems to be a great music scene down there with a really cool indie vibe. That’s not the primary reason that I want to go there, but it certainly adds to the allure.
Monthly Archives: December 2022
#941 – Songbook by The Lazy Eyes
I love a good Spotify recommendation. A track from this album came up after I finished the Big Thief album from yesterday. I feel like I proclaim my love for Spotify pretty regularly, but just wanted to be clear that I’m not paid to recommend their product, but I’d be happy to do so, ifContinue reading “#941 – Songbook by The Lazy Eyes”
#940 – Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You by Big Thief
This album came up on a best of 2022 list and I am definitely a fan. Their tour only has east coast dates remaining, unfortunately.
#939 – Fixin’ to Die by G. Love & Special Sauce
This was recommended to me as a perfect rainy-day album. I live in the LA area (which doesn’t get much rain, FYI), so that’s more significant of an occurrence than it sounds.
#938 – I Am Not A Human Being II by Lil Wayne
Lil Wayne performed on a show that I’m working on and now I can’t stop listening to the song Rich As Fuck. Give it a listen.
#937 – Chez Mezerg by MEZERG
A dive into the world of theramin recordings led a friend of mine to this artist. And possibly to my pending purchase of a theramin. I’m sure it will be useful.
#936 – Aleph by Gesaffelstein
In the midst of Kanye West’s antisemitic tour through social media and the worst of the right wing mouthpieces, I came across an article paying tribute to the Jewish producers that were responsible for some of his biggest hits, including today’s artist.
#935 – Tusk by Fleetwood Mac
The recent death of the legendary Christine McVie has led to a lot of Fleetwood Mac being played all over the place recently, so I started checking out some of the lesser known albums from their illustrious career.
#934 – self-titled by Maypole
This was one of the down-bill artists from the legendary Monterey Pop Festival.
#933 – self-titled by Honeybee
The son of a friend from work is a member of this LA-based band. This is a very solid hard rock album and I’ll be very interested to see where these guys go from here.