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Mark Saleski’s Mid-Year Best Of 2013: Pat Metheny, Richard Thompson, E. Normus Trio, The Flaming Lips

Mark Saleski’s Mid-Year Best Of 2013: Pat Metheny, Richard Thompson, E. Normus Trio, The Flaming Lips

It’s hot, it’s humid, it’s…almost July? Well, mid-year has once again snuck up on me. Time to recap the (fantastic) musical half-year that has apparently flown by.

Forgotten series: John Matthias and Nick Ryan – Cortical Songs (2010)

I have decided that’s it’s never not fun to talk about what is and isn’t music. The discussions can be thought-provoking, plus there’s always the chance that somebody will lose it

Shows I'll Never Forget: Radiohead, April 9, 2012

At Key Arena, Seattle, Washington: Besides their well-known status as perennial critics darlings, Radiohead have enjoyed a well-earned reputation through the years as one of the best live bands on the planet.

Half Notes: Thom Yorke – The Eraser (2006)

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke must have had a bunch of material laying around after Kid A because, as every review seemed to point out, that was exactly what this follow-up album felt like. The major difference with The Eraser was the tendency toward more organic textures, especially on Yorke’s vocals. Strangely, though, the album came across slightly colder and moreRead More