A decade after the snarling electro-rock of Sebastien Grainger & Jesse Keeler’s much beloved debut album, You’re A Woman, I’m A Machine, comes the recently reunited duo’s sophomore effort, The Physical World.
If you’re looking for their debut version 2.0 spare yourself the trouble, The Physical World is not that, but what it lacks in nostalgia, it makes up for in maturity. Continue reading →
This week Brooklyn foursome HAERTS preview their first single from their debut album, Robyn and Jesse Ware bask in disco-infused grooves and TV On The Radio announce their fifth studio album with a new single. Continue reading →
Creedence Clearwater Revival are the definition of “classic rock,” during the late ’60s and early ’70s the band produced iconic rock songs including the protest anthem, “Fortunate Son.” Continue reading →
Sheryl Crow has a knack for writing infectious pop melodies and narratives, making her a household name in the ’90s. But 1998’s The Globe Sessions exposed a new side to Crow’s artistry as a songwriter with lead single “My Favorite Mistake.”