I wanted to write this post two months ago after the show but I got busy with the holidays and then before I knew it January was over. I feel like I have not been giving this site my all due to a lot of other projects I have taken on since I changed my career and became a nutritionist. I am constantly struggling with trying to put out new content and keeping up with my emails … [Read more...] about We Got Engaged At the Front Bottoms Champagne Jam!
All week I had been listening to the new album Going Grey in anticipation of The Front Bottom’s sold out show at Starland Ballroom Saturday night. With the days getting shorter it was already pitch black as we drove down the dark and ominous street that lead to the venue. It seemed like it took forever to get and finally there was a bright light beaming “Sold Out” on a giant … [Read more...] about The Front Bottoms Deliver a Solid Performance at Their Sold Out Starland Show
(Photo Credit: Paige Wilson) Today's song is “High Times for Low Lives" by The Griswolds. The Australian group is comprised of Chris Whitehall [vocals/guitar], Dan Duque-Perez [guitar/synth], Tim John [bass], and Lachlan West [drums]. This is the title track off their upcoming sophomore release which is due out November 11th on Wind-up Records. It is the follow … [Read more...] about Song of the Day: “High Times for Low Lives” by The Griswolds
Contrary to popular belief you don’t need to surf or own a Jeep to listen to ska, unfortunately for the health fanatics you do need to occasionally smoke a bit of ganja (just kidding…not really). Some like to say ska died when Sublime changed their group members, others like to say it never should have lived in the first place. Both of those previous statements are proved false … [Read more...] about When Life Gets To Be Too Much, Try a Bit of ‘Candy Coated Fury:’ A Reel Big Fish Review
The Wicked's Never Trust The Dead is one of those albums you love at first listen. With a sound similar to a mix of St. Vincent and Sleigh Bells, The Wicked really kill it with this album. The album starts off with a short interlude which moves into the song "Time To Kill." Its a song that starts off quiet and slow, then kicks into a super catchy chorus with a sound … [Read more...] about The Wicked ‘Never Trust The Dead’ Album Review