Posts Tagged ‘bob dylan’

Ten records. Four debuts. Three albums that could be soundtracks. One list. To listen to all ten of these albums, check out this Spotify playlist. 10. Highasakite – Silent Treatment A late entry into my top ten, I’ve been entranced by this Norwegian band since Tk first recommended them to me. This is decidedly the […]


My Top 10 list for 2014 features some emerging artists that I had not heard until this year (#2, 3, 4, 7, and 10) and some established artists that have released their best album to date (#1, 5, 6, 8, and 9). While I feel passionate about my #1 choice (and will still be listening […]


Another year, another top 10 list. The biggest change in the way I experienced music since 2009 is the death of lala.com. Fortunately, I was still able to find places online to listen to most albums that I was curious about. The public library has also become my friend. Unfortunately, that means I won’t have […]


“People try to put us down Just because we get around Things they do look awful cold I hope I die before I get old.” -The Who, “My Generation” (1965) The Who first recorded “My Generation” in 1965. At the age of 20, Roger Daltry, Pete Townshend, Keith Moon and John Entwistle came across the […]


As I was listening to The Tallest Man On Earth’s fantastic new record last week, I started thinking to myself, “this is such an autumn/winter record. This record doesn’t sound like something I should be listening to now.” It’s a great record, but it doesn’t especially lend itself to listening at max volume with the […]


Four score and seven years ago, it was 1922. And while the Roaring ’20s were the first great height of leisure time in the US, it was hard to discover music independently without going to ballroom dances every night. Fast forward from the Jazz Age to the Digital Age, and it seems as if everyone […]