Tag: Kim Gordon
Taken from the Matador Records release, Battery Park, NYC: July 4, 2008.
Thirty years after Sonic Youth’s sessions that produced the soundtrack to the film Made In USA, an all-instrumental album of outtakes and rehearsals appears, and instead of being a bottom-scraping exercise, Spinhead Sessions proves to e a fascinating collection of compelling and engaging instrumental music.
Lisa Carver shares her thoughts on Kim Gordon’s autobiography.
In 1990, LL Cool J released one of his sweetest, most endearing number. Taken from the “comeback” album Mama Said Knock You Out, the song is a breezy number about trying to find a street-wise girl, paying tribute to independent, savvy, intelligent black women. By this time, rap and hip-hop garnered controversy, being a lightning rod for… Read More ›