DOWNLOAD HERE Disguised by unmistakable youth and porcelain skin, Tom Odell carries experience, heart break, and emotional depth. The British 18-year-old falls into a space that borders James Blake’s minimalistic territory, yet spills over into Alex Clare’s soulful emotionality.
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BUY HERE Elvis Presley called him “The greatest singer in the world.” Paul McCartney said, “He was and always will be one of the greats of rock ‘n roll.” And, Dolly Parton admitted, “[She'd] never been more moved by a voice.” Roy Orbison was without a doubt one of the most respected and influential artists […]
Photos by Michael Gabel–Click For More Raphael Saadiq: Veteran enough to have produced some of TLC hits, yet still sexy enough to turn women’s legs to jelly. Band of Skulls: Putting the “rock” in the final installment of KCRW‘s ‘Who Shot Rock and Roll’ concert series in Los Angeles.
Illustration by Tara Dougans July 2012 TRENDMIX: WILD HONEY Hocus Pocus: “Feel Good ft. C2C” BUY HERE Haim: “Go Slow” BUY HERE Frank Ocean: “Super Rich Kids ft. Earl Sweatshirt” BUY HERE Daughn Gibson: “In The Beginning” BUY HERE Callers and Delicate Steve: “Further Out” BUY HERE Coastal Cities: “The Voyage” BUY HERE Cat […]
BUY HERE The Kills take Fleetwood Mac‘s folk rock lo-fi and transform it into a dim-lit garage lo-fi. The duo’s fuzzy guitars and low-riding vocals celebrate a punk-rock alternative to “Dreams,” a diamond track off a diamond album, Rumours–said to still be the “perfect album.”
BUY HERE Trendland celebrates 50 years with The Rolling Stones They are inseparable from the entire genre of rock ‘n’ roll classics, and were the soundtrack of a generation. The wild darlings of the media, and the collective face of a rowdy time, this group gave modern rock ‘n’ roll a gritty, yet sensitive […]
BUY HERE Brazilian, Curumin (aka Luciano Nakata Albuquerque) describes his new album Arrocha as a “rhythm, a way of dancing where you hold your girl very close. That pressure is something we feel here in Sao Paolo”–his hometown. “It’s a very big city and you are always surrounded
BUY HERE Being on the lips of many as one of 2012′s most buzzing indie bands, it is hard to believe that Saint Motel has only just begun their journey into our hearts. It is only the beginning for these four Los Angeles natives, and we are buckled in for the ride.
Bulgarian-bred, Norwegian-born newcomer, Mikhael Paskalev is the introduction of the season. “Jive Babe,” performs as the twist and shout track of the summer, a boisterous punk of a dance starter. Very here in the now, the singer and his guitar create family folk rock in the vein of Edward Sharpe with artists and band members, […]