• Dec 28 2012

    Best Music Of 2012

    Best Music Of 2012By Lukas Clark-Memler

    Looks like the Mayans were wrong. And thank God (or Quetzalcoatl) for that. Of course, the Mayan doomsday prophecy was gratuitously misinterpreted by the Western world and looking back, it’s embarrassing how easily we got swept up in it all. With that said, 2012 was indeed an eventful year…


    Oct 8 2012

    Album Review: Mumford And Sons’ Babel

    By J. Brown

    With banjos blazing and foot-stomping galore, the English quartet Mumford & Sons are back with their highly anticipated second album Babel. Their gritty and triumphant take on folk rock has seen unparalleled success around the world in the past few years, which has consequently built high expectations for their follow up to the commercial success of Sigh No More. After all, it’s pretty hard to top a musical journey that has included playing at the Grammys with Bob Dylan and performing for President Barack Obama at the White House.


    Dec 20 2011

    Lenny Kravitz Releases Black And White America

    For his ninth album, Lenny Kravitz found much of his inspiration close to home. In fact, the very spirit of Black And White America came from the locations in which the music was made—from a tiny, 400-person community in the Bahamas to the streets of Paris. And out of his experiences as a true citizen of the planet, his first new songs in three years became the most personal and diverse collection of his career. “No doubt, my environment definitely lends a lot to the creative process,” he says.


    Apr 18 2011

    Paul McCartney Confirms First Up And Coming Tour Date For 2011

    Having played some three dozen shows to over 1,000,000 fans over the course of 2010, Paul McCartney‘s record-smashing Up and Coming Tour will make its first U.S. stop of 2011 on Friday, June 10 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, NV.