A ton of great new music out in the past few days includes songs from Zo!, Justin Timberlake, De La Soul and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Pop/R&B superstar Alicia Keys returns with her first new music in over 3 years, “In Common”.
I give a listen to new songs by Maxwell & Paul Simon.
Singer/songwriter Dornik may remind you of a certain King of Pop, but his “Stand In Your Line” is a summer jam and a half.
Lenny’s back-to the ’80s-with his new song “Sex.”
Slim Shady sits at the head of this week’s new release table.
Rock & roll ain’t dead. Actually, it might be living in Boston.
New Wave legends Tears for Fears surprised fans with their first new recording in nine years: a cover of Arcade Fire’s “Ready to Start.” It might be crazy to call a band with 16 U.K. Top 40 hits “underrated,” but Tears for Fears – to this writer – have only seemed to earn the respect they truly deserve in recent times. In the last decade, Gary Jules and Michael Andrews had a U.K. chart-topper with a mournful cover of the band’s “ Mad World ,” […]
Ah…nice to hear from David Mead again, isn’t it?
Despite the fact that it’s kinda grey and crummy on the East Coast as I write this, Jack Johnson’s music immediately makes me picture sunshine, cookouts, beaches and the welcome smell of that sticky-icky wafting through the air. The Hawaiian singer/songwriter/surfer doesn’t disappoint on his latest track, “I Got You.” No, the song doesn’t sound much different from the rest of Jack Johnson’s oeuvre, but come on, how can you hate on music that makes you feel so mellow? It’s […]