The Beatles Release Video for “Glass Onion”

Posted by Greg on Oct 30, 2018 in Music


It’s not often The Beatles release a video to the blogosphere, so when it happens, it’s worth not only posting, but celebrating. In advance of the deluxe version of the 50th anniversary of the ubiquitous The White Album, later this year, the Liverpool legends have released a fantastic new video for “Glass Onion.” Read more…


Song of the Day: Mark Erelli – “By Degrees”

Posted by Greg on Oct 19, 2018 in Music

Anyone who has read this blog for a few years now should know how fondly we think of Boston singer-songwriter Mark Erelli. The man has a voice unlike few others and is arguably one of the most accomplished musicians in the country. Don’t believe us? Ask Josh Ritter. Read more…


New Release Friday: The Temple Rockers – Festival of Lights

Posted by Greg on Oct 19, 2018 in Music


With Halloween on the horizon, perhaps it’s safe to say holiday season is here. Or is it? Either way the collective known as The Temple Rockers very much believe October is the time to get started. This eccentric and off-the wall outfit have crafted a Chanukah album in the vein of reggae. If this piques your interest, read on. If it doesn’t read on anyways. After all, being bold deserves recognition. And this zany outfit is most definitely bold. Read more…


Song of the Day: Avril Lavigne – “Head Above Water”

Posted by Greg on Oct 14, 2018 in Music

Being that today is Sunday why not shed light on a new worship song that has piqued our interest. Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne has released her first song in five years and the power ballad “Head Above Water” is very much a worship song. Bolstered by strong piano fills, her robust voice, a giant chorus and top-notch production, it is an interesting wrinkle in a career that has had its fair share of ups and downs. Perhaps we’re just suckers for her voice, but consider us as one that’s rooting for her to succeed.


Must Watch: True South (SEC Network)

Posted by Greg on Oct 9, 2018 in TV


The day job has squeezed life into a barrel so our apologies for the near three week hiatus.

As we continue to broaden the scope here beyond just music (did anybody end up seeing Goyo: The Boy General?) we wanted to shed some light on one of our new favorite shows of 2018. Read more…


Band of the Day: Capital Punishment

Posted by Greg on Sep 21, 2018 in Music

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Last week something kind of important was released in the music world. Capital Punishment’s debut full-length Roadkill, originally released in 1982, finally saw a more proper release, courtesy of Captured Tracks. The name Capital Punishment might be new to you, but its drummer certainly isn’t. It is none other than Hollywood funny guy Ben Stiller. Read more…


Goyo: The Boy General Opens in NYC Today

Posted by Greg on Sep 21, 2018 in Movies

Today in New York City, a big budget historical biopic from the Philippines opens in theaters. Goyo: The Boy General focuses on the latter months in the life of Gregorio del Pilar, one of the youngest generals of the Philippine Revolution and the Philippine-American War. Read more…


New Release Friday: Sean Ardoin – Kreole Rock and Soul

Posted by Greg on Sep 14, 2018 in Music

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You probably have no idea who Sean Ardoin is and that’s just fine. But after this weekend, you darn well better remember his name. Ardoin released his latest album, Kreole Rock and Soul today and it absolutely demands your attention. A fourth-generation Creole accordion prodigy, Ardoin is a name that’s worth remembering this fall and beyond. Read more…


David Nail’s Impressive New Album Out Today

Posted by Greg on Sep 14, 2018 in Music

We’re big fans of singer-songwriter David Nail and still remain baffled as to why he hasn’t garnered more accolades and fans. After four country albums with major labels, he is now an independent musician and today launches his new project, David Nail & The Well Ravens. The debut album Only This And Nothing More is a marked departure from his prior catalog. To put it simply, it sounds little, if anything, like modern country music. Read more…


Song of the Day: Lemonade by Rubblebucket

Posted by Greg on Sep 11, 2018 in Uncategorized


Whoops, September began and we got quiet. Rest assured, it’s not for lack of desire. Alas, life has been a whirlwind these past couple weeks, but we’re back on track and ready to dive in.

We’ve long been fans of Brooklyn’s quirky funk-jam-pop outfit Rubblebucket, mostly because of their dynamic live show, but also because so many of their songs are downright magnetic. The band’s latest album Sun Machine is out now and just might be their best album to date. Read more…

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