The Neighbourhood

I think i found hell, I think i found something, I think i found something in my TV screen. That’s an intro from an ear-catchy single titled Female Robbery. Female Robbery is a song by The Neighbourhood, and yes, it’s the first time I heard about them too. You never heard about them, neither do …

Timeless Freedom Songs of ‘Soundtrack for a Revolution’

If you haven’t seen the brilliantly-directed documentary “Soundtrack for a Revolution” by the duo Bill Guttentag and Dan Sturman… then you should. It is essentially a skillfully assembled historical retelling of the role music played in the Civil Rights Movement of African American in the United States. Struggling against prejudice and inequality on superficial qualities …

Clint Eastwood

Clinton “Clint” Eastwood, Jr. was born May 31, 1930 in San Francisco, California. His family relocated often as his father worked at different jobs along the West Coast, including at a pulp mill. As his family moved to different areas he held a series of jobs including lifeguard, paper carrier, grocery clerk, forest firefighter, and golf caddy. Eastwood is an American film …

Tall Tall Trees – Moment

This is an emotional album from Brooklyn based folk-rock band, Tall Tall Trees. Their singer-songwriter, Mike Savino, added heavier lyrics into their second studio album, Moment. The music goes experimental, though. Electrical banjo, with some shredding guitars all over this album. Listen to Highwire, where their comforting tunes coming to a mess in the of …

Mars Volta “The Malkin Jewel” From Upcoming Album

The sixth full-length studio album by the almighty latin-influenced progressive rock band The Mars Volta is scheduled for release 38 days from today (I literally counted) on March 27th, 2012. Titled ‘Noctourniquet’, practically most of  the instrumentation materials was actually already recorded in 2009, but ongoing arguments between vocalist Cedric Bixler-Zaval and guitarist Omar Rodríguez-López halted the …