Sea Change: Mac DeMarco – This Old Dog (2017)

“Sea Change” is a series that discusses album or albums in a band’s discography that signify a brief or career-long change in the group’s sound or style.  Mac DeMarco, a Canadian singer-songwriter, has slowly become the new face of independent rock; his impromptu, goofy nature, endless love for Viceroy cigarettes, and fashion based on Goodwill finds … More Sea Change: Mac DeMarco – This Old Dog (2017)

Sea Change: Gene Clark – Roadmaster (1973)

“Sea Change” is a series that discusses album or albums in a band’s discography that signify a brief or career-long change in the group’s sound or style.  Gene Clark was one of the best members of the original Byrds. He was the group’s most successful songwriter, having written many of the band’s original hits, and was … More Sea Change: Gene Clark – Roadmaster (1973)

Sea Change: John Coltrane – Ascension (1966)

“Sea Change” is a series that discusses album or albums in a band’s discography that signify a brief or career-long change in the group’s sound or style.  Anyone who wants to begin an exploration of jazz music starts with Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue. Released in 1959, this genre defining piece was a combination of the past, present, … More Sea Change: John Coltrane – Ascension (1966)

Sea Change: The Craig Brown Band – The Lucky Ones Forget (2017)

“Sea Change” is a series that discusses album or albums in a band’s discography that signify a brief or career-long change in the group’s sound or style.  Note: The song “Anyhow” on this album contains strong language. Because of this, even though the song will be discussed, a link to the song will not be provided.  Punk rockers … More Sea Change: The Craig Brown Band – The Lucky Ones Forget (2017)

Sea Change: The Grateful Dead – Terrapin Station (1977)

“Sea Change” is a series that discusses an album in a band’s discography that signify a brief or career-long change in the group’s sound or style.  In 1977, The Grateful Dead were slowly drifting out of the mainstream and were becoming desperate for a hit single to increase their popularity. Though they had a cult-like following of … More Sea Change: The Grateful Dead – Terrapin Station (1977)

Sea Change: Bruce Springsteen – Nebraska (1982)

“Sea Change” is a series that discusses album or albums in a band’s discography that signify a brief or career-long change in the group’s sound or style.  Two years after his double-album The River and two years before the hard rock, 80s pop Born In The USA, Springsteen recorded a series of demos on a four-track cassette recorder. … More Sea Change: Bruce Springsteen – Nebraska (1982)

Hidden Treasures of Spotify Pt. 1 – Limpie Bisquit

The globally acclaimed Dance/Electronic artist Limpie Bisquit has been making waves for some time now. Since the native Russian’s first breakout hit, “Modern V.I.P. Dominant”, off his 2014 debut album I Am The Little Duck, he has been on a roll, pumping out chart toppers like “Jugband Blues”, a moving, avant-garde dedication to Pink Floyd’s 1968 … More Hidden Treasures of Spotify Pt. 1 – Limpie Bisquit