Back on tour, Howard Jones will be performing at The Warehouse in Carmel, Indiana, November 25.
Howard Jones is returning to Indiana, but this time things are different. Over the summer, Jones joined up with fellow ‘80s electronic alumnus Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark and Canadian popsters Barenaked Ladies for the
Kristoffer & The Harbour Heads run the gamut of emotions on new album EX/EX
There is that intro scene in Touch of Evil that is magnificent. A couple walks down a bustling street in Tijuana as sounds and music are fighting for attention, tearing through the fabric of the scene as the lines
You remember the perky, upbeat song by Billy Idol? “Dancing With Myself?” You are not too young to remember, right? That is because since the song’s inception, it hit many weddings, clubs, bar mitzvahs, grocery store’s musak stations, and probably every other fabric of our being. “If I had the
Between Two Selves is a subdued approach to electronic bliss. Its music is caught in a flux between fiery exchanges on the dancefloor and soft ambient hues. I’m sure that Michael Bouldry-Morrison can turn up the sweat with his Deep House talents, but on Between Two Selves, he chooses not
Almost three years after We Were One, Columboid is back with a sophomore release, Monster Vision, on La Societe Expeditionnaire. With the upcoming album, due out in June, the group expands on their gritty demeanor and treats Monster Vision like it is a call to arms. A play on emotions of inner nature versus external forces
All of the cards are in place, everything is nailed down to a tee. It is even replicant down to the record label name, a label that could have easily existed in the ‘60s, churning out bubblegum and psych rock hit makers. Can you envision it now?
Blackfeet Braves have studied
Moving from Chicago to Sweden when you are nine years old would be a tramautic culture shock. But I would think that at the age of nine, relocating the family would be more easily adaptable than when you are a teenager or adult. The only responsibility you face is doing
It should not come as a suprise that Ulrich Scnauss is on his fourth longplayer, but to me id does. It seems that every time I turn around, there is Schnauss somewhere in the background compiling, colaborating, or releasing something. And with that, Schnauss' work feels like a blur. Not