Nancy Sinatra – “My Baby Cried All Night Long”

“And the moral of this story is” that the deep trumpet in this Nancy Sinatra track makes me happy. I love you Nancy. Follow  Read More

New Video: Solange – “Losing You”

Solange’s new single Losing You is a fun, breezy track with hints of 80s pop, house beats and R&B. The fashion-filled video was shot in Cape Town, South Africa and is directed by Melina Matsoukas. The single was released on Terrible Records, which is run by Grizzly Bear’s Chris Taylor. Follow  Read More

New Video: TEEN – “Electric”

Brooklyn based TEEN have released the video for “Electric” taken from their album In Limbo due out 8/28 on Carpark Records. TEEN is made up of Teeny Lieberson, her Sisters Katherine and Lizzie and Jane Herships who also has a solo project called Spider. The video is directed by Sam Fleischner, and it wonderfully embraces the psych pop of “Electric” with a haunting mix of psychedelic visuals intertwined with choreography based on magic and rituals. My talented friend Carolyn Frisch did the Motion Graphics, kudos to everyone involved! Follow  Read More

Cat Power – “King Rides By”

Cat Power has released a 2011 version of her song “King Rides By” with all proceeds going to the Festival of Children Foundation and The Ali Forney Center. Buy the mp3 here. Follow  Read More

Florence and the Machine – “Shake It Out”

New single off of their upcoming album, Ceremonials. It’s Wonderful! Follow  Read More

R.I.P. Poly Styrene

Although they only released two albums over 20 years, X-Ray Spex are Punk legends. Poly Styrene (born Marian Joan Elliott-Said) was the iconic frontwoman for the English act. Yesterday she lost her battle to breast cancer at the young age of 53. Her impact on feminism and the Riot grrrl scene will never be forgotten. Here is X-Ray Spex performing their biggest tune, “Oh Bondage, Up Yours” in 1977. Follow  Read More

Funk & Soul Wednesdays – Barbara Lynn


The Empress of Gulf Coast Soul, Miss Barbara Lynn, is a blues legend. This left-handed guitarist, singer and songwriter was born in Beaumont, Texas in 1942 and had her first hit single “You’ll Lose A Good Thing” in 1962. She has toured with Otis Redding, James Brown, Marvin Gaye, B.B. King and her song “Oh Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin’)” was recorded by the Rolling Stones in 1965. After taking time off to raise her three children, she is back and playing shows again. I have had the privilege of seeing her three times, once with her Son, and she is awe-inspiring. Here is Barbara Lynn performing “What’d I Say” on The !!!! Beat Show in 1966. Follow  Read More

Adele – “Turning Tables” Live

Stumbled upon this amazing live version of Adele’s “Turning Tables.” What an amazing artist. If you haven’t heard her most recent album, 21, you are missing out on one of the best of 2011! Follow  Read More

Electrelane – Reuniting for UK festivals

The British band Electrelane went on indefinite hiatus in 2007, but have recently announced they’ll be playing a few UK Festivals this Summer.  This allows me to dream that they’ll also release some new material!  Electrelane started in the late 90s, and were very influenced by Sonic Youth and The Velvet Underground.  They only made a handful of videos, so here is “To the East” off their fourth and last album No Shouts, No Calls. Follow  Read More



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