Just finished remixing and re-recording an older song that was originally released on a TADASHi album, and was performed at my brother’s wedding.
2nd Law is potentially the most groundbreaking Muse album yet, but don’t tell that to diehard fans. At this point in their career, we all should know Muse wouldn’t settle for doing the same thing again. And Matt Bellamy sure took a fresh new direction with this album, combining new elements of mainstream and experimental […]
Ethiopian food is such a mystery to many of us, including me. I’ve had it half a dozen times by now, and I’m still experiencing it as if it were new. It’s a unique cuisine here in the U.S., and it is still very foreign to many of us, in this culinary world where Chinese […]
The Nu-Metal band is officially gone. In fact, it seems that any resemblance of a rock band is gone. But that is how Linkin Park has evolved, ditching the formulaic success of their first two albums, and continuing the experimental trail on their fifth album, Living Things. The album starts out fast, with heavy reliance […]
Thrice has been down a long road, and it seems one thing they do very well, is to never repeat themselves. This album does not seem to stray from that. Here, on Major/Minor, we have a very grungy, dirty sound, that reminds me of Beggars, with it’s simply-produced indie feel, but with some heaviness borrowed […]
It’s been over half a decade since Cold last put out an album, and I was surprised to even know that “Superfiction” existed. After what seemed like the inevitable end of the band after the lackluster “A Different Kind of Pain”, I had assumed the band had moved on. Perhaps, in many ways, that is […]
Me and my family go to Chinatown Square all the time for Chinese food, which is never fancy, never expensive, a little dirty, but always comforting. As you exit the back of the square, you notice this very unusual restaurant, with neon lights, anime TV screens, techno music, and a very untraditional, contemporary menu. Sounds […]
It’s always nice seeing new and different restaurants pop up around Lake County, and I’m always willing to try something unique. I travel to Chicago a lot, and I miss the variety of restaurants and cuisines they have there, every time I try to look for a place to eat back home. Lulo’s Cuban Cafe […]