What’s On – December 2014

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What’s On – December 2014

Posted By: Andy Lutz
Posted In: BT Culture

Was it just me or did November fly by? Not only is November over, but 2014 will be over soon too! That means this will be our last round of What’s On until the New Year! So with the Holidays in full swing, we’ve got a little present for you, and boy it’s a beaut Clark. Time to cozy up and grab a cup of ‘nog’ because we’ve got a fresh new round of What’s On picks – it’s the gift that keeps on giving!

 

 

December 2014 Album Picks

 

Listen by David Guetta

“Yup, pop-y dance music by a French DJ whose been mainstream for some time now. Lots of guests and lots of beats.”

Read the full introduction to Listen by David Guetta

 

 

The Way by Buzzcocks

“I’m a long time Buzzcocks fan, they’re old school 77 Punk Rock. If you’re unfamiliar with the Buzzcocks, they were part of the 70s UK Punk movement along with bands like The Sex Pistols, The Clash, X-ray Spex, The Damned, etc.”

Read the full introduction to The Way by Buzzcocks

 


Post-War
by M. Ward

“M. Ward is an artist from whom I have one album (Hold Time), which I loved years ago and still do, and I never explored anything beyond it.”

Read the full introduction of Post-War by M. Ward

 

 

 

November 2014 Album Reviews

 


Nostalgia For The Unreal
by Zebulon Pike

“As one of my favorite bands, it shouldn’t be a surprise that their latest release, Nostaligia For The Unknown, has quickly become a favorite.”

Read the full review of Nostalgia For The Unreal by Zebulon Pike

 

 


Everything Will Be Alright In The End
by Weezer

“I don’t like giving Weezer a score barely above 500 but this album just didn’t catch on for me. There are certainly a couple gems here, but overall the album was a little boring.”

Read the full review of Everything Will Be Alright In The End by Weezer

 

 

Kings & Queens of the Underground by Billy Idol

“I’ve got to say, it was really cool to hear new Billy Idol material and this album doesn’t disappoint! The album has a classic Billy sound, some parts are very reminiscent of the Rebel Yell days.”

Read the full review of Kings & Queens of the Underground by Billy Idol

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