An infectious update of the classic synth-pop most famous earlier in the decade, Information Society's self-titled debut sounds most similar to British groups like ABC and Pet Shop Boys, though hits like "What's on Your Mind," "Walking Away," and the cover of "Lay All Your Love on Me" manage to inject the affair with elements of industrial dance and hip-hop. All in all, it's a much better album than expected from the group many dismissed as mere one-hit wonders.
Following on from the ebullient warmth of the critically acclaimed "Priest Lake Circa ’88", "Under The Sodium Lights" is Drew Sullivan’s latest ambient epic. The album feels like a distillation of the three stunning releases that preceded it - and as such is Sullivan’s finest work to date. The delicate interplay between focused melodic details and blurred washes of sound draws the listener into a hypnotised state, where the waking world and the world of sleep cascade in and out of balance…
Given away free with Rock Society magazine, the journal of the Classic Rock Society. The Classic Rock Society was founded in 1991 to promote Classic and Progressive Rock. The organisation produces Rock Society, a bi monthly glossy colour magazine with news, reviews, interviews and features on rock. Featuring the finest music from: Robert Reed, Agnieszka Swita, Hi Fiction Science, Karfagen, Tim Bowness, JPL, Abel Ganz, Arilyn, Huis, Minor Giant.
Hundreds of years before the birth of Christ, a collection of love songs grew up. Under the title of the “Most beautiful of songs”, they found a home in the Old Testament-it was Martin Luther who first gave them the name of “Song of songs”-and since that time they have inspired and fascinated a vast number of theologians, mystics, philosophers, poets, painters, and, last but not least, composers. Particularly during the Baroque period, these poetic, sensual, vividly descriptive texts were set over and over again to music, and they inspired librettists to expand on the original texts.
Radio Music Society is the fourth studio album by Esperanza Spalding, which was released through the record label Heads Up International on March 20, 2012. The album earned Spalding Grammy Awards for Best Jazz Vocal Album and Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s) for the track, "City of Roses".