What’s On – October 2014

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What’s On – October 2014

Posted By: Andy Lutz
Posted In: BT Culture

Fall is officially here! And though you may miss Summer, try to look on the plus side – the mosquitoes are disappearing, all of your favorite TV shows are returning, and no more sun burns. Let’s not forget bonfires, sweater weather, hot drinks and … CANDY!!! Ok, so you can have candy anytime, but it’s always more fun once Halloween approaches. You know what else is more fun as Halloween approaches? Our October What’s On picks! So grab that Pumpkin flavored something and cozy up to some new Fall tunes!

 

 

October 2014 Album Picks

 

Soma by Windhand

“Call it doom if you like. After missing their Triple Rock show a couple of weeks ago, I’ve been kicking myself, and decided that picking up their newest album was the only thing I could do. ”

Read the full introduction to Soma by Mindhand

 

 

Offering: Live At Temple University by John Coltrane

“What can I possibly say about this artist that’s fresh? This album snuck under the radar as a legendary performance often bootlegged in the past, so I grabbed it.”

Read the full introduction to Offering: Live at Temple University by John Coltrane

 

lullaby and… The Ceaseless Roar by Robert Plant

“I heard an NPR interview with Robert Plant regarding this new album, among other things, which piqued my curiosity. Not so much because of the mix of musical styles here, which ought to be interesting, but because I’ve never delved into Robert Plant’s solo work.

Read the full introduction of lullaby and… The Ceaseless Roar by Robert Plant

 

 

September 2014 Album Reviews

 

They Want My Soul by Spoon

“Sadly, I just wasn’t thrilled with this hiatus-ending LP from indie stars Spoon. It comes out swinging with “The Rent I Pay”, a slightly ragged half-beat stomper that must be as good of a live set opener as it is a warm-up track for an otherwise chilled album. ”

Read the full review of They Want My Soul by Spoon

 

Brill Bruisers by The New Pornographers

“The songs are varied plenty but they all carry this big vibe, surely due to the number of people and instruments used. That sound is The New Pornogrophers’ style, but it seems bigger and more intense than Together.”

Read the full review of Brill Bruisers by The New Pornographers

 

 

 

Near Dark by Dance With The Dead

“What can I say about Dance With The Dead? Other than they make some really fun music! Near Dark is a perfect blend of Retro, Electro, Horror and Rock. The album as a whole is pretty upbeat. There isn’t a lot of dark synth stuff going on, which is fine and kind of refreshing. ”

Read the full review of Near Dark by Dance With The Dead

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