Helvetica – Jelani Aryeh

It’s been great find after great find lately. Jelani Aryeh is the newest to that list. The 17-year-old artist comes out of San Diego, CA. Jelani takes inspiration for his music from music and cinema alike. His first EP titled Suburban Destinesia is equally inspired by the movie “Palo Alto”, a movie about directionless teensContinue reading “Helvetica – Jelani Aryeh”

London Calling – The Clash

One week ago in music history, in the year 1979, The Clash released their third studio album London Calling. Their sound is built upon punk rock, but they do a little bit of exploring on this 19 track behemoth of an album. They dive headfirst into new genres like reggae, New Orleans R&B, and jazzContinue reading “London Calling – The Clash”

Toys in the Attic – Aerosmith

I’ve been really dropping the ball lately, but I’m back again for another Flashback Friday. I was feeling a little homesick today, so I decided to review a group from back home. Known as “The Boston Bad Boys”, Aerosmith released their first album in 1973, and in 1975 they broke into the mainstream scene withContinue reading “Toys in the Attic – Aerosmith”