What’s On – January 2015

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12

2015

What’s On – January 2015

Posted By: Andy Lutz
Posted In: BT Culture

The Holidays really seemed to fly by this year, but with a new year, comes a new round of What’s On picks! That’s right – these fresh new picks are the best way to kick off this fresh new year. So should old acquaintance be forgot and never thought upon? That’s a rhetorical question, you can always go back and check out our past What’s On reviews (wink, wink)! But for now, let’s see What’s On in 2015!

 

 

January 2015 Album Picks

 


The Light in the Corner of Your Eye
by Wolfmen of Mars

“I really don’t know much about these guys, other than they are apparently Wolfmen from Mars. Well, I do know that their sound falls more on the Synth and maybe Prog side of music. ”

Read the full introduction to The Light in the Corner of Your Eye by Wolfmen of Mars

 


Primitive and Deadly
by Earth

“It’s a little weird to say that I’ve been following a band for 20 years, but it’s really the truth for Earth. As a “band” whose history is inexorably tangled with the saga of loud music from the Pacific Northwest, it’s surprising that the attention given them has been as sparse as their compositions…”

Read the full introduction to Primitive and Deadly by Earth

 



Oceania
by The Smashing Pumpkins

“Yeah, I did it: a Pumpkins album. I saw there was one released last month (not this pick), only to learn that it’s part of this bigger-than-an-album sort-of experience Billy Corgan is maybe still doing that included a prior album (this pick) and some EPs and singles.”

Read the full introduction of Oceania by The Smashing Pumpkins

 

 

December 2014 Album Reviews



Listen
by David Guetta

“I’m liking this album just as much as Hold Time, which is a pleasant surprise. It has a similar mix of sweeping and rocking tunes that travel all over the place, and which can build up and soar, or be a rich, chill experience.”

Read the full review of Listen by David Guetta

 


The Way
by Buzzcocks

“It was great to hear some new Buzzcocks material, but to be honest, it left me feeling a little flat. It’s not that I didn’t enjoy it, but it felt like something was missing – maybe the angst of their earlier material?”

Read the full review of The Way by Buzzcocks

 


Post-War
by M. Ward

“I’m liking this album just as much as Hold Time, which is a pleasant surprise. It has a similar mix of sweeping and rocking tunes that travel all over the place, and which can build up and soar, or be a rich, chill experience.”

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

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