Jackson Tarricone Anderson .Paak’s last album, Oxnard, was uncharacteristically one dimensional. It was drenched in dated G-Funk, which many fans were angry about. Ventura, in stark contrast, is full of gems from a wide array of genres. .Paak and the Free Nationals deliver danceable grooves from front to back. This record blends disco, soul, hip-hop, … Continue reading .Paak is back to his best yet again with 4th studio album, Ventura
Jackson Tarricone This is exactly what we want to hear from California native Anderson .Paak. It is soulful, spicy, and scrumptious. AP promised us that his fourth full-length album, Ventura, would be soul record, and this is a clear indication of that. This comes after his slightly controversial album Oxnard, which divided fans, some … Continue reading Anderson .Paak delivers yet again. In other news, water is wet.
Thomas Anderson Young artists in the music industry are nothing new, but recently it seems that teenagers have managed to dominate the charts with breakout albums. Lorde released her debut, Pure Heroine, weeks before her 17th birthday, while Khalid released his debut, American Teen, weeks after his 19th birthday. The newest addition to this collection … Continue reading Billie Eilish Lives Up To Hype On Debut Album
Jackson Tarricone On April 2nd, Christian Lee Hutson, Lala Lala, and Better Oblivion Community Center took to the stage to put on what turned out to be an incredible show for a sold-out crowd at Union Transfer. Although these are three distinct artists, they complimented each other’s styles very well. The flow from act to … Continue reading Better Oblivion Community Center & More | 4.2 | Union Transfer