Julio Gutiérrez (Cremadelic in this guise) has few side projects which will eventually be featured on these pages. This one is something akin to shoegaze music touching base with IDM.
THIS is how you start a new year! Hüsker Dü at their finest. May we all enjoy a wonderful 2015!
The final post of the year, and it’s a sublime cut. Aleksandar Pejovski is a pianist from Skopje, Macedonia who records for local label PMG Recordings. I thank my friend Biljana Vasileva for this treasure. A good way to wind down the year. Have a Happy 2015!
Frank Zappa loved to annoy. I grew up watching him battle the Parent Music Resource Center (PMRC), among whose more famous founding members was Tipper Gore, ex-wife of then Senator (and complete douchebag to this day) Al Gore. Though he was, and is, a sleazy huckster, his wife ended up making friends with Frank’s widow, …
A killer work from Ray Stephen Oche, thanks to my online friend PBK, whose own music is rather tasteful. For more on this trumpeter, check out this entry at OKAfrica.com.
Spending today with wonderful classical music which sets a great mood for Christmas. Johann Sebastian Bach should forever be required listening for those who love music.
As we enter Christmas Eve, we start posting a few Christmas tunes. This one, ‘O Come, O Come Emmanuel‘, is done superbly by Welsh singer Aled Jones.
Something a bit funky from Kyoto Jazz Massive, whose name popped into my mind while completing Christmas shopping. Don’t ask.
Many thanks to my good friend, Qualo Infinity, who records this track under one of his many pseudonyms. He is a master craftsman of experimental music.
During a good part of the 1990s, I had the pleasure of working at one of the best record stores in America (I mean that literally – maybe two or three were greater, and that’s it). Aron’s Records was, for me, a finishing school for musical knowledge, a place where I was able to really …