Dodgers’ Julio Urias Struggles in Debut

In one of the more anticipated debuts of this season, the Los Angeles Dodgers called up left-handed pitcher Julio Urias to make his major league debut. Urias, just 19 years old, has been with the club since 2013, and is expected to make a difference once he adapts to the new level of play.  Although few believe Clayton Kershaw when he says that Urias is … Continue reading Dodgers’ Julio Urias Struggles in Debut

Chrome Pony releases Past Lives

In the midst of supporting Cage the Elephant on a two week tour through Europe, brothers Tyler and Kyle Davis along with JOTA ESE and Ric Allesio released Past Lives under their band name “Chrome Pony”. The six song release comes almost perfectly in the middle of their European tour which should benefit both Chrome Pony and Cage the Elephant with increased turnout over the 7 remaining … Continue reading Chrome Pony releases Past Lives

Chrome Pony releases Past Lives

In the midst of supporting Cage the Elephant on a two week tour through Europe, brothers Tyler and Kyle Davis along with JOTA ESE and Ric Allesio released Past Lives under their band name “Chrome Pony”. The six song release comes almost perfectly in the middle of their European tour which should benefit both Chrome Pony and Cage the Elephant with increased turnout over the 7 remaining … Continue reading Chrome Pony releases Past Lives

TW Walsh – “Young Rebels”

Since Songs of Pain and Leisure was released in 2011, TW Walsh spent 18 months with a mysterious, debilitating illness, got interested in eastern mysticism, and started thinking about new ways to bring classic music production techniques together with modern technology. Far from your run of the mill music, TW Walsh and his soon to be debuted album Fruitless Research represent a different approach to music. While many stick … Continue reading TW Walsh – “Young Rebels”

Super Bowl 50: Both Sides of the Coin

When the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers play this Sunday in pursuit of a Super Bowl championship, it’s likely this will be the last time that Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning takes the field. Although Manning has not confirmed his retirement, many sources around the league expect that Super Bowl 50 will be Manning’s final game, win or lose. Despite an up-and-down season from Manning, his Broncos are just … Continue reading Super Bowl 50: Both Sides of the Coin

shirlette ammons – “Earth Intro”

Straight to the point. Every song made has a good side and a bad side. The difference between songs that are remembered and those that are forgotten is the balance between these two sides. Quite frankly, “Earth Intro” may be too balanced. It works as both background noise because of the fantastic instrumentals, but also has a message to tell if you listen to the … Continue reading shirlette ammons – “Earth Intro”

Jenny Gillespie Stays the Course with Cure for Dreaming

There are two real ways to make an album. A number of songs that mix and blend together to carry the same beat, tell a story/message, etc. The other is to take a bunch of individual songs and make them readily available in one place. The problem with the second type is that in today’s world, individual songs can be found on their own. If … Continue reading Jenny Gillespie Stays the Course with Cure for Dreaming