What’s On – February 2015

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What’s On – February 2015

Posted By: Andy Lutz
Posted In: BT Culture

Never trust a Groundhog. Punxsutawney Phil has predicted six more weeks of winter, but I’m still hoping for an early Spring! Either way, February is a short month and warmer weather isn’t too far off. However, if you’re suffering from Spring Fever, these new What’s On picks are the perfect pick me up!

 

 

 

February 2015 Album Picks

 



Pacific Standard Time
by Poolside

“Trying to avoid another “old artist, new album” pick, I decided to check into these guys after hearing them in a radio bumper.”

Read the full introduction to Pacific Standard Time by Poolside

 



Modern Surf Classics
by Swami John Reis & The Blind Shake

“Did you know that I was sort of in a surf band? Well, we started out that way, but it got a little too rowdy. Plus it was Fargo, so it didn’t really make any sense. That’s why I’m excited about this new pick…”

Read the full introduction to Modern Surf Classics by Swami John Reis & The Blind Shake

 


Tetsuo & Youth by Lupe Fiasco

“I haven’t listened to Lupe for some time now. His 2011 release Lasers never really grabbed me, but I’ve always liked his music and I revisit older albums on a regular basis. ”

Read the full introduction to Tetsuo & Youth by Lupe Fiasco

 

 

 

January 2015 Album Reviews



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

“Well, the Wolfmen of Mars really surprised me with their unique sound. The Light in the Corner of Your Eye just breaths old school shlock and horror.”

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


 


Primitive and Deadly
by Earth

“Coming at this without actually hearing it or reading any reviews, I was pleasantly surprised to find a return to at least some of the distorted, heavy history of one of modern drone’s pioneers.”

Read the full review of Primitive and Deadly by Earth


 


Oceania
by The Smashing Pumpkins

Oceania starts out pretty strong with some classic Pumpkins-sounding heavy guitar and drums, sounding a lot like the frenzy peak of previous mid-record epic tracks.”

Read the full review of Oceania by The Smashing Pumpkins


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