'The Soft Bulletin Recorded Live At Red Rocks With The Colorado Symphony Orchestra' by The Flaming Lips
Christmas has come early for Flaming Lips fans, especially now since the band has just released their first-ever official live album “The Soft Bulletin Recorded Live At Red Rocks With The Colorado Symphony Orchestra,” documenting the band’s 1999 masterpiece with more theatrics, more adrenaline and now a bigger sound. Listen to the album on Spotify HERE!
'1999' (Super Deluxe Edition) by Prince
Prince’s legendary and landmark 1982 album “1999,” is completely remastered for the first time and now most excitingly packed with 35 previously unreleased tracks, including demos and outtakes, straight out of his astounding vault. Listen to the album on Spotify HERE!
'The 12” Synth' by Thee Oh Sees
Thee Oh Sees’ frontman Jon Dwyer released a 40-minute spiraling and spacey instrumental mini-synth album that has Dwyer experimenting with a lot of keyboards and synthesizers, recorded in two-jam sessions titled “Infinite Columns” and “Regards To The Monolith.” The dizzying and sometimes elevating ambience Dwyer brings on this one is beyond belief, especially for an artist who is always looking to experiment.
“The Way It Used to Be” by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross
After releasing the first two scores of the new HBO series “Watchmen,” Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross previewed Volume 3, out Dec. 16, with the track “The Way It Used to Be.” The track is much different than the heavier and sinister electronic sound the duo brought to the first two volumes. With the sensual big band swing style, it’s like something you would hear on the radio featured in “Fallout: New Vegas” or either of the first two “Bioshock” games. Nonetheless, this dreamland jazz style is still pretty impressive from the industrial-rock geniuses.
"My Name is Dark (Art Mix) by Grimes
We are FEELING the chaos as we listen to this dark grungy pop tune. Our alien queen has once again delivered and we are on the edge of our seats waiting for her next album!
"Everything Else Has Gone Wrong" by Bombay Bicycle Club
The music may sound upbeat but the video that accompanies this art is very moving and dark. The lead singer, Jack Steadman, lays on the ground being beaten, kicked, robbed, and ignored by the people around him while singing. There is a happy ending but we highly suggest you watch to find out! Listen to the song on Spotify HERE!
"California Halo Blue" by AWOLNATION
This eerily beautiful tune is about the fires in California, the music video is very emotional and shows the people and environment that were impacted by this disaster. AWOLNATION is here to make statements and show the effects of how we have been treating our planet.