Lilith: A Catastrophic Failure?

Half-lit Lilith sign a perfect metaphor for Lilith 2010 A Celebration of Women in Music. Lilith was one of the most popular summer tour/festivals in the late 90s.  But the big comeback a decade later has been plagued with problems.  Disappointing ticket sales, headlining artists pulling out and dates being canceled across the country.  If there were a ‘dislike’ button… Read more →

Gayngs – Relayted

Gayngs – Relayted I have been listening to Relayted quite a bit recently and I have to admit I had no clue who these guys were.  When I decided to recommend Gayngs to my readers I looked them up and realized it’s a project put together by Ryan Olson and includes some of my favorites artists such as Justin Vernon… Read more →

Wolf Parade – Expo 86

Wolf Parade – Expo 86 It’s hard to believe this is only the 3rd album by Wolf Parade.  Spencer and Dan have put out a total of 11 albums under different monikers since the modern classic that is Apologies To the Queen Mary.  And while none of this material has been quite a good as that debut (Sunset Rubdown‘s 1st… Read more →

Eminem – Recovery

Eminem – Recovery This is a case of ‘they listened so I had to’.  Over the past week I’ve had 4 people tell me how good this album is.  This album that the critics have been ripping apart.  This album that follows one of the worst hip-hop albums I’ve ever heard, Relapse.  This album from a rapper that used to… Read more →

Lissie – Catching A Tiger

Lissie – Catching A Tiger The debut full length from the singer-songwriter from Rock Island, Illinois who recently covered KiD CuDi‘s Pursuit of Happiness is not as good as her live shows, but it does have some great material mixed in with the good. We fell in ‘like’ with Lissie when she came to Denver to open for Ray LaMontagne. … Read more →