An Interview with Bigott
Apr30

An Interview with Bigott

Bigott By Serenat Kivilcim Bigott is a mysterious, yet musically gifted guy, who owns his peculiarity with a certain swagger, complete with a lush beard to accompany an impressive set of eccentric dance moves, while his unconventional lyrics offer a refreshing break from the monotony of the modern music scene. Bigott recently spoke to Black on the Canvas about his latest album, eccentric videos, his favorite release of the year and...

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Peter Broderick – Colours of the Night
Apr28

Peter Broderick – Colours of the Night

Peter Broderick – Colours of the Night By Jon Hersh If only all nervous breakdowns sounded so good. Colours of the Night is folk singer Peter Broderick’s first album since his three-years-in-the-making, avant-garde-pianist-Nils-Frahm-produced album “http://www.itstartshear.com” was released in 2012. Envisioned as an album that’s also a website (“and a website that’s an album”) the website featured interactive liner...

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Variables with A Love Like Pi
Apr28

Variables with A Love Like Pi

A Love Like Pi By Gia Vescovi-Chiordi A Love Like Pi is a New York based rock-electronica outfit comprised of Lief (vocals,guitar/violin), Krier (drums), and Chez (bass), that commands a spectrum of sentiment which spans both the transcendent and the tangible, weaving a product that is akin to a palatable philosophy in which the only requirement to relate is to be human. And while that all sounds very high-minded, what A Love Like Pi...

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roses
Apr27

roses

roses By Nic Sanderson The three tracks on roses’ self-titled EP eloquently juxtapose a sense of longing with a sense of defeat. He produces a small, refined sound that calls to mind the feeling of sitting alone in a dark room and purging the burden of your own insecurities. It’s vulnerable and human to the point that it almost seems grotesque in a serene sort of way, like coming to terms with the disturbing nature of reality. It...

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INTERVIEW WITH AMASON
Apr26

INTERVIEW WITH AMASON

AMASON By Eric Evans For the casual North American listener, hearing the term “supergroup” usually brings to mind ego tripping, first and foremost. There are higher-than-usual expectations when members of name-brand bands get together to record, which seems like a fair trade for the immediate attention such a project typically garners. Usually the critical response to such projects is disappointment. For every modest success like...

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