In the “spirit” of the season, this week the Popblerd staff decided to do a Halloween edition of the Carlton Shuffle for your listening pleasure. Enjoy if you dare, boys and ghouls!
Jay previews the Eastern Conference in preparation for the NBA season.
Not so crazy, maybe a little sexy, still cool.
Circa Survive’s Anthony Green is back, with young legs. And “Young Legs.”
The Robert Glasper Experiment is joined by Norah Jones for another slice of tasty soulfulness from ‘Black Radio 2.”
The Fray is back. Except they kinda don’t sound like The Fray any more. Good or bad thing? You decide.
Check out some new music from indie pop duo Tic Tic Boom.
On afireinside’s ninth long-player, Burials, the band properly shows us why goth-emo-punk was better in small doses and the rest better off left for dead. It would seem that once a band like a.f.i. got a taste for arenas (much light Twilight vampires get a taste for teenage blood) it became hard to put that cat back in the bag. The band has chased that cat heavily on 2006′s decemberunderground and 2009′s Crash Love – wearing Joy Division, Duran Duran [...]
Dude with a TV on his head? Video of the year.
The Morning After the Broncos and Colts Sunday Night Football match, one Manning/Colts fan explains how he’s feeling. Note: He’s still confused!
This edition of Songs in the Key of Life begins with a confession: I’d completely forgotten about this song for over a decade. It wasn’t until a few years ago when a student DJ played it on WIUP that I reacquainted myself with the New Radicals’ 1998 hit, “You Get What You Give.” The music video emphasizes youthful mischief-making in the face of authority and impending adulthood, and sure enough, a portion of the song’s lyrics reflect a similar sentiment. But [...]