What’s On – March 2015

Mar

5

2015

What’s On – March 2015

Posted By: Andy Lutz
Posted In: BT Culture

Spring has (almost) sprung! Positive thinking – right? Ok, not to sound too Minnesotan, but it is March and we could get dumped on again. However, with daylight savings coming up, I’m sure it won’t be long before we see our first Robin of the season. In the meantime, wash away your Cabin Fever with these new What’s On picks!

 

 

 

March 2015 Album Picks

 


Lost Themes
by John Carpenter

“I’m pretty excited about this month’s pick. I’ve been a huge John Carpenter fan since childhood. For those of you unfamiliar with John Carpenter (for shame!), he’s a horror director and an icon.”

Read the full introduction to Lost Themes by John Carpenter

 


Restarter
by Torche

“I know when I think of doom, Miami, Florida is not what comes to mind, but that city is home to Torche, a band that has, in its small handful of recordings over a decade…”

Read the full introduction to Restarter by Torche

 


Pale Emperor
by Marilyn Manson

“Good ol’ Marilyn Manson. The voice of an angry, weird, goth generation back in the day, and he’s still kicking.”

Read the full introduction to Pale Emperor by Marilyn Manson

 

 

 

February 2015 Album Reviews



Pacific Standard Time
by Poolside

“I liked this album out of the gate, and have grown to like it more. The “daytime disco” description of their sound is pretty apt, in that it has a great chill but upbeat vibe…”

Read the full review of Pacific Standard Time by Poolside


 


Modern Surf Classics
by Swami John Reis & The Blind Shake

“Weirdly fantastic, this record is a collision between sounds that are familiar, resulting in a cacophany that at times can be a little over the top in it’s mimicry of surf rock.”

Read the full review of Modern Surf Classics by Swami John Reis & The Blind Shake



Tetsuo & Youth by Lupe Fiasco

“If nothing else, Lupe Fiasco chose a different direction with this album, but I can’t say exactly which direction that is. This feels more like an Atmosphere project or even a Roots album.”

Read the full review of Tetsuo & Youth by Lupe Fiasco

 


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