Why we are still slaves to terrestrial radio in the US
Radio Creme Brulee is an internet radio station that showcases an eclectic assortment of pop/rock music from both sides of the Atlantic alongside guilty pleasures, forgotten gems, and radio staples from the 80s, 90s, and 00s. This station does not feature much hip-hop or hard rock.
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“No one listens to terrestrial radio – radio is dead! Spotify and Apple Music have rendered terrestrial radio stations in America irrelevant”. I have heard several variations of this comment d...
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Sep 2019
This album review is by guest blogger Michael Armond Bat For Lashes (aka Natasha Khan) has always been an outlier in the indie songscape. Tending to play in the borderlands, she has created a niche so...
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Sep 2019
This album review is co-written with John Grove and David Tudor In 2008, Hertfordshire (UK) natives Friendly Fires emerged with a self-titled debut album that brimmed with delectable hooks over carniv...
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Aug 2019
Date: August 6, 2019 Venue: Bowery Ballroom (New York City) Bands have various incentives to reunite after a prolonged hiatus. For the quintessential cynic, it is tempting to think that the members of...
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Aug 2019
Date: June 19, 2019 Venue: Terminal 5 (New York City) Tour: Still On My Mind Tour The return of British chanteusse Dido with a new album titled “Still On My Mind” (her fifth album) was undoubtedly...
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Jun 2019
“Are there any Americans in the audience tonight” – asked British superstar Robbie Williams as he indulged in playful banter with the attendees at his concert at the Encore Theater at the Wy...
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Jun 2019