We’ve lost our soul. Louisville is a desert when it comes to quality R&B. There is no scene to speak of. There are countless singers, but no albums.
James “The Range” Hinton comes out swinging with Nonfiction, his debut full-length of idiosyncratic post-dubstep and future bass.
The quartet offers up a more melodic interpretation of punk stalwarts Fugazi, eschewing savage guitar feedback for sing-along harmonies.
Mr. Bungle’s Trey Spruance has spent years crafting an unorthodox and expansive musical universe in Secret Chiefs 3, one shrouded in mystery and unpredictable cross-genre pollinations.
When an A student consistently turns in great work, “safe” is graded more harshly.
After alienating mainstream fans with the puzzling, atonal / \ / \ / \ Y / \, M.I.A. retreats to well-trodden territory on Matangi.
Thee Flying Caskets exhibit very little pretense to be anything other than fun times rock ’n’ roll/punk.
This shows up, and I check with my editor to see if he wants the review for LEO's Fake Issue. No, it’s real, was the reply.
From some place called Horse Cave, Ky., now-Louisville resident Taylor Rogers teams up with producer Ju$t Cobain.
Roly Porter is best known as half of the dubstep duo Vex’d, but that is about to change.