Moby’s album Play has the dubious honour of being successful due to its licensing, rather than from radio exposure. This approach allowed the album to penetrate the background of culture through commercial […]
I was introduced to Colour By Numbers in 1983 by my mother. It was of course her record; however, all that we do affects our children. Boy George and Culture Club created […]
Technological Advances is a path through the life of Kyle Richtig turned into music. All songs are inspired by the relationships he had, failed at, or ran away from. Unfortunately, this includes the relationship with the self – perhaps the most tenuous of them all.
Kyle Richtig released the album Green Warriors – a compilation of his most loved acoustic songs – yesterday via Bandcamp. Find it here.
A look at the top 100 albums that influenced Kyle Richtig. Some influenced him to look deeper into the artist, while some influenced him to look deeper into himself.
Get ready for the new La Roux release by experiencing the first album for the first time all over again.
Experience Fever Ray’s eponymous album in a new way with a reinterpretation of the original songs.
The Recroom seemed to be one of the hidden jewels of Canadian music. There was a vacuum left by the disbandment of The Organ, that The Recroom comfortably fit in for me. […]
The moment I read “And like Righteous Babe says ‘Unauthorized duplication, thought sometimes necessary, is never as good as the real thing.’”, on the back of this CD I had high hopes.
When I first heard Rejoice, Remain I was floored. Perhaps it is because of the high doses of “radio crack” that I am inundated with on a daily basis. Perhaps it is […]