The maestro interpreter’s album of ’60s covers is tailor-made for him, but less deference and more daring could have made it better than it is.
Rhymesayers isn’t known for putting out conventional hip-hop albums, and Running Wild doesn’t break that mold. But in this case, that’s not really a good thing.
The Chicago band’s combustion engine runs on chaotic cohesion.
A generically labeled 45rpm leads to unforeseen connections between an illegal squat, a ramshackle used record outlet, and an obscure R&B outfit that eventually lands at the Mount Olive Temple of Christ in Dorchester, Massachusetts.
Paul van Dyk’s new music isn’t the only thing that makes his new show a must see immersive experience.
The performance will be streamed live on Youtube and Facebook!
When you pay to go to a festival, certain things are expected… a stage, artists, maybe some options for food and beverages, decent organization? Very few of these things were to be found at South Carolina festival The Gathering this past weekend. Created by a company calling itself EDM United Events, the festival promised headliners ATLiens
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