Album of the Day: Taina Asili’s Resiliencia

Posted by Greg on Apr 25, 2019 in Music

If there’s one advantage to the #MeToo movement it is the rise of female empowerment and overall accountability for every citizen. One such figure emerging is New York singer-songwriter and activist Taina Asili, a second generation Puerto Rican with a lifetime full of chutzpah.

Her latest album Resiliencia is a cornucopia of Caribbean rhythms, first-rate horns and some seriously passionate vocals. Though the album is a bit of a mess, there are some great contributions. First of those is the earworm “Even If” an empowerment rebuke against over-aggressive men and misogyny. If ever the #MeToo movement needs an anthem, they have certainly found it in this one. Fiery, determined and richly constructed, it’s the perfect song for this perfect moment. Read more…


Must Watch: Mumford & Sons’ 12 Years Strong

Posted by Greg on Apr 25, 2019 in Movies, Music

Our favorite video platform, Vevo, and one of our favorite bands, Mumford & Sons, have released the film “Mumford and Sons: 12 Years Strong,” a documentary that provides behind-the-scenes footage of the band’s US Delta tour. One of the highlight’s of the film is an exclusive live performance of current single “Forever” featuring Americana multi-instrumentalist Jerry Douglas. That is one of just many memorable tunes, as is a look back at the 2012 album Babel and the making of their current album Delta.

Whether or not you like or appreciate Mumford & Sons, 12 Years Strong is an absolute must-watch and easily the best thing we’ve viewed this week.

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