Top 19 of the 2010s: Number 16

It’s been a minute since I’ve dropped the needle on a record and gotten behind the keyboard.  Good to be here.  If you’re just getting in on this countdown now you can get caught up by clicking the links below: #19: New Amerykah Pt. 2 – Erykah Badu #18: Lemonade – Beyonce #17: Laila’s Wisdom […]

Top 19 of the 2010s: Number 17

If you’re just getting in on this countdown now you can get caught up by clicking the links below: #19: New Amerykah Pt. 2 – Erykah Badu #18: Lemonade – Beyonce #17: Laila’s Wisdom – Rapsody Album #17 on the list comes from someone I consider to be the best MC in the game right […]

Top 19 of the 2010s: Number 18

It’s been too long between #19 and #18.  I know this.  I got sidetracked.  I wrote a few pieces for a Prince site.  I wrote about duck hunting with my dad.  I wrote about sports.  Now we’re here at number 18 on a top 19 list that should ideally be done by the end of […]

Top 19 Albums of the 2010’s

The 2010’s are almost over?!?  What a decade for music…right?  I think?  I’m not sure music itself has gotten any better or worse.  Pop music is terrible and popular rock music hardly has a pulse anymore (save us, Greta Van Fleet!).  I continue to say music is better than it’s ever been, you just have […]

ICYMI: Patience

Friday, July 11, 2014.  A day that will live forever in my mind as one of the best of my life.  Honestly, I had to look up the date in Apple Photo.  I didn’t remember the exact date, but I certainly remember the events.  It was my first trip to Seattle to visit my brother, […]

Steve Gunn, etc.

Friends, I’ve been laid up. Them doctors, they just plum ripped out part of my spine. They done messed me up real good. Uhhh, anyway. I’ve been laid up. Laid up in Seattle, in the months of January and February and now March. There is not a worse time in a worse place to be […]

Visually Appealing Vinyl

I’m quite proud of the record collection I’ve amassed.  I have a subscription to Apple Music and I love it.  As I’m typing this I have my headphones on and I’m enjoying a new Kehlani album I likely would’ve never heard if I had to pay $9.99 for it.  A lot of my music listening […]