There was a lot of great music in 2017, but also, so pretty cool music videos that caught my attention. It can be difficult to capture visually what a song is trying to say, especially when that meaning becomes subjective when it’s cycled through the life experiences of a listener. Here are a few videos that I enjoyed and felt inspired by this year. Continue reading “HipsterSpinster’s Favorite Videos of 2017”
It’s been a while since I’ve dusted off this blog, but lately, I’ve been feeling inspired so I guess this is me trying to catch lightning in a bottle. Continue reading “HipsterSpinster’s Best Albums of 2017”
It’s been a while since this blog has been updated. I’m still very involved in my music community, and have recently picked up writing again. While I may occasionally re-post some of those articles here, for now, you can find my latest writings at these sites:
- Musical Family Tree (A non-profit organization, blog, and musical archive for Indiana music)
- Make The Conversation: (My blog featuring thoughts, essays, and observations on race in the 21st century)
While there is a lot of (well-deserved) attention out today for the release of Mike Adams At His Honest Weight’s Best of the Boiler Room Classics, I want to take some time to turn your ears toward another great release by a Bloomington band today.
Colors is the latest release by local psychedelic, surf-y rockers Triptides. The EP is out today on Jaunt Records with both a digital format and a limited edition cassette. Continue reading “New Music: Triptides – “Colors” EP”
Start your day with something a little trippy, a little spacey, a little… echo-y. UK-based Australian band Cloud Control recently posted their interpretation of the Fatboy Slim 1999 classic “Praise You”. Continue reading “Cloud Control Takes on Fatboy Slim’s “Praise You” for Record Store Day Release”