Our flash reviews are back! It is now time to get some great tracks in your ears with some more-or-less new releases by artists with some guts that you should definitely keep an eye or two on… if it’s not already the case, that is.
Irreverent, Iggy Pop has probably originated the word at the beginning of the world. What he does is what he wants, how and when he wants. So, thanks (or because) of his attitude, there are a lot of grand tunes on his latest studio album, Every Loser.
An adventure is recognized by many essential things, one of them is its soundtrack. I am not a composer and will leave any attempt to much more talented people, but I do have a perfect playlist to get in the mood for an adventure.
This playlist has something softer than usual in its rhythm, but not in its feelings. As we’re upcoming changes and the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen, August has been actually very rich in strong emotions and musical discovery. And strong emotions need the support of strong tracks.
Am I going to list everything I have to do here? Not gonna lie, I was tempted for a hot second. But instead, let’s get some music playlist, right? After some weeks spent looking for bangers, here’s a playlist of pretty tunes that, honestly, can help accomplish miracles (in my case it’s going through all the books I keep buying… well, that’s one thing).
It’s been a while since we haven’t got into a playlist. My bad. Sorry. I’ve been too busy in the pit of different gigs to be able to write. But we’re playing catch-up today.
We have all the reasons in the world to pop the champagne open. This year is marking the great comeback of the champagne of the bands, the Grand Cru of rockstars, the crème de la crème for live acts, all times champions of bangers, and we plead allegiance to them here at Unis Son, their extraordinary majesties The Hives. Yes, it’s nowhere near enough to describe them, I know. It could have been all about the legendary French DJ duet Insuline & Nicotine – but no, that’s for another time.
Right, fine, I don’t post as much as I used to. But my quest to find more amazing tunes has not stopped. I tried avoiding obsessions, failed completely, and then I thought that the other fun tracks I’ve found along the way should be shared. Here they are.
The Italian quartet Måneskin is back with quite the attitude in a mainly English-sang album, Rush!, and, yes, I do like it. Seventeen (17!) tracks are forming the sexy and wild new record.
For months, I have been in the void. Needed a break from the blog. That break has been useful and great. It’s now time to be back with a new playlist!