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New and Old in Psychedelic

With these 2018 Psychedelic albums and playlist of influential albums throughout the decades, we celebrate the life and genius that was author Tom Wolfe

Unacceptably Late Mother’s Day Tunes

But it's better late than never. And really, everyday is worth celebrating mothers. We've made a collection that does just that including songs from Three Dog Night, Buzzcocks, Mother Falcon, Sly & Robbie, Dr. John, the Scissor Sisters, and a special fea

Meet Karen Meat

Karen Meat's oddly fun "You’re An Ugly Person," is a monotone yet peppy synth pop album that captures a sparkly, sardonic melancholy.

New Jazz, Rap, & Neo Soul Albums

A trio review of swank new music from Janelle Monáe, Ghost-Note, and Touch A.C & Dr. Dundiff. Each album meanders through perplexing frustration and anger which meet nuanced comic relief and a celebration of individuality.

Peculiar Collaborations

Embarking upon the weirder path less travelled is where art most unpredictably and most powerfully generates....this list of peculiar collaborations includes The Flaming Lips & Miley Cyrus, Yoko Ono & RZA, Elton John & Pnau, Toto & Cheryl Lynn among othe

Latest from Laura Veirs, “The Lookout”

From start to finish “The Lookout” offers a trancelike, mesmerizing Zen experience. Veirs delivers an authentic folk that carries a meditative power to steady unruly thoughts and puts a jovial and serene tempo in your mind’s step.

Death and Taxes Playlist

Whether you’re scrambling to decipher numbers and paperwork or are taking the Martha Stewart route, the musicians on this list have got your back while the IRS is on your back.

Luck Be A Melody on Friday the 13th

Bad luck is inescapable, but it doesn’t reside in today’s release of the following remarkable albums from King Tuff, Say Sue Me, Laura Veirs, Brazilian Girls, Slug, The Damned, and John Prine.