Adding a little cinnamon to the coffee grounds every now and then provides just the right amount of spice to liven up the daily cup of joe.  Perhaps consider spicing Continue Reading →

Laura Marling

If it were revealed that an old soul was somehow trapped in the body of Laura Marling, I would hardly be surprised.  This indie folk songstress has been making music Continue Reading →


I know what you’re thinking (trust me, I’m very intuitive), “Music inspired by the 80s electronic sound can be so neon, futuristic and loud!”  Trust fair readers that while the Continue Reading →


The world of electronic music is comprised of its own genres and rules that appear foreign to one not a part of the community.  Artists of this community typically break Continue Reading →

José González

Synthesizers are modern and exciting with the extent of their versatility, however, it can be refreshing to escape all the complexities of modernity to the refuge of a guy and Continue Reading →

Little Dragon

The beauty of the all-encompassing “indie” genre is the fact that it is so all encompassing.  An avant-garde artist looking to break the mold (if not create an entirely new Continue Reading →

Washed Out

Disclaimer: This post contains talk of synthesizers, but rest assured fair readers that these are not the 80s synthesizers of Animotion, A Flock of Seagulls or The Fixx.  I would Continue Reading →