The Cosmic BG-ROM Exhumes… Janelle Monáe’s “Dirty Computer”

Dirty Computer … this synesthetic venture through the ArchAndroid’s akashic record, despite any and all attempts at erasure, remains an impenetrable audio-visualized experience of the rogue post-robotic mediatrix’s life lived … to the fullest extralegal extent of natural order. This record, feels like excavation, reveals by vivisection, and establishes through manifest reverie, Monáe’s living mnemonic…

Ciao Manhattan… Sunset Genesis in the Living Lens of Perfect Illusion

Three years later: Perfect Illusion; welcome to the new testament. ^ #literallytheonlyfeaturedreferencedirectlyexplainingwhatanyofthatmeans Perfect Illusion, as its own release is a mirror, an aural gaze inside the disco boulder of sonic self-realization. Building scene from a grain of salt, mother of pearl emerging from this her world oyster, three lifetimes later emerges the post-pressurized diamond, setting…

Lyrically Speaking: “Tom’s Diner,” Giorgio Moroder + Britney Spears

Good music speaks volumes… rather than impose analysis, step back and expose linguistic artistry… listen, look, and linger in fantastic rhythmic reality: lyrically speaking   “Tom’s Diner” – Deja Vu (2015) da-da-doo-do da-da-doo-do da-da-doo-do da-da-doo-do da-da-doo-do da-da-doo-do da-da-doo-do da-da-doo-do da-da-doo-do da-da-doo-do da-da-doo-do da-da-doo-do I am sitting In the morning At the diner On the corner…

Now Prosing: “Seashells,” Florrie

Florrie Arnold’s career has to be one of the most enjoyable to follow as a Pop fankid, culture connoisseur, and audio-anglophile; it’s, just, good, music – period. 2010’s Introduction, 2011’s Experiments, 2012’s Late – all EPs, all independent, all soundtracks for something of an anomaly in the current industry – sonic record of artistic development,…