Body Count’s new album, Bloodlust, is timelier than ever.
This L.A. heavy metal band fronted by Ice-T caused a stir in 1992 with their song “Cop Killer”.
New songs like “Black Hoodie” and “No Lives Matter” are just as profound.
How little has changed since the formation of this band last century.
“No Lives Matter”
The 17-song album debuts in June.
“Saturn” is one of the songs.
Back from underwater we return with Slowdive, one of the English bands that helped define shoegazing.
They will give us a new self-titled album in May, their first in 22 years!
The song “Sugar for the Pill” is simply gorgeous.
Father John Misty (Joshua Tillman) is no longer drumming for the band, but the exquisite vocals of Robin Pecknold continue define the band’s distinctive sound.
“Third of May” is our first listen.
“Third of May”
I am so pleased that the remix of the song won a Grammy Award.
The original post is reprinted below and I have added the remix by RAC as well.
“Bob Moses is a Canadian electronic duo based in Brooklyn.
Tom Howie and Jimmy Vallance attended high school together in Vancouver. Howie went on to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston, Vallance to producing dance music.
The two accidently reconnected in New York and formed Bob Moses, the name a tribute to Robert Moses, a major New York City urban planner responsible for many of the iconic bridges and expressways in the City, not to mention Shea Stadium.
Days Gone By is their debut including the song “Tearing Me Up”.”
“Tearing Me Up”
“Tearing Me Up” (RAC Remix)