Music News 360° – December 2017 Playlist Chastity Belt – Different Now The Squalls – Na, Na, Na, Na Tom Kitty Oliver – Know Everybody You Meet Arcade Fire – Haiti Adriano Viterbini & Reed Turchi – Gira  It Is Rain In My Face. – Fast as a Feather (Live)Read More →

Review from www.thequietus.com . Released on both C60 and, somewhat sacrilegiously, compact disc, by the vastly multifaceted UK-based label, Blue Tapes & X-Ray Records, this album from Polish quartet Trupa Trupa (based out of Gdańsk on the country’s north coast) really doesn’t seem to fit in anywhere. Comprising as itRead More →

Yella Jesus is resurrected with his first full project “WalkinGod” on Manta Ray Records. On this 7 track project with all original music Yella Jesus meshes the dichotomy of the streets and the sanctuary and goes deep into the pains of loss and betrayal as well as glory and theRead More →

Built to win; I put my life on the line, I bleed at the pen” Introducing Big Inf, short for Infinite but far from short, Inf is equally as large in personality as that in stature, you can’t help but look up to him. Proclaiming, “the moral of the storyRead More →

Kenny Brown (born July 5, 1953 on the Air Force base in Selma, Alabama) is an American blues slide guitarist skilled in the North Mississippi Hill Country blues style. Brown apprenticed with Mississippi Joe Callicott, who was his neighbor in Nesbit, Mississippi, from age 12 to 15, when Callicott died. He had heard Othar Turner and others in nearby Como picnics, and cited Junior Kimbrough, Johnny Winter, and Johnny Shines asRead More →

Review from www.seattlepi.com . After the huge success of Brothers and El Camino, it’s hard to believe that The Black Keys’ debut album was recorded in the drummer’s basement. On The Big Come Up (2002), Dan Auerbach‘s vocals are as raw as those of Little Richard and Bo Diddley. His lyrics are heavier than Little Richard’s “Tutti Frutti,”Read More →

Review from www.relix.com . Widespread Panic have finally ascended to the halls of Valhalla. Not just because there was a vacancy after the Allman Brothers broke up or because the surviving members of the Grateful Dead played their final shows together this past summer. No, these tireless road warriors gotRead More →