Piano rifts doe.
Jazzy, funky, trippyyy.
Saxophone solos with gnarly bass lines.
Can I go to Mars and listen to this song?
The high pitch of the vocals keeping this song silky smooth.
My regret of 2018 was showing up to Spirit on NYE an hour late and missing Starship Mantis.
Good thing y’all can catch Starship Mantis and Tribe Eternal On February 15th at The Marquee in Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh – Pittsburgh’s new venue!
Don’t worry, I didn’t forget about the drum solo either 🤘🏼
See you there!?
For 2019, all I want is to do the best I can. Man, does this song motivate me to do just that.
No matter what happens in 2019, one foot in front of the other is what I want. I want to succeed, fail, try, do, and all while doing that, I simply want to do the best I can while being an honest man.
Honestly (ha), I feel good about being an honest, good person towards others and even myself. But, if I’m being honest with myself, I have room to grow in 2019 from 2018. I want to move more in 2019 in all phases of life.
Movement > Stagnation.
Ambition > Complacency.
The funk, R & B, soul jams that Fat Night has created have caught my attention in only 24 hours of listening. With that…
Fat Night plays at Spirit Lodge in Pittsburgh tonight, and I can’t wait to see them play!
Local artist Isaiah Small and band Lofi Deplhi will be opening. Show starts at 9!
“I’ll be your Soldier and you’ll be my Buffalo Rose.”
I recently gave Buffalo Rose a listen and I immediately jumped in. Long car rides with soothing sounds are meant for each other.
A unique take on folk and bluegrass, I am making it a point to see Buffalo Rose early in 2019:
August Alsina is still very new to the game but has been making waves for the past two or so years. He won the 2014 BET Award’s Best New Artist Award after dropping his debut album “Testimony.” After a year of touring and a terrifying seizure that left him in a coma for 3 days, Alsina has come back strong with his sophomore effort “This Thing Called Life.” I liken Alsina to Chris Brown but with more soul. And this album is full of heart, soul and powerful lyrics about topics very deep and meaningful to the artist, such as struggling with fame, the death of his brother, and problems facing the African American community. Whether it’s the amazingly emotional ballad “Song Cry” (my favorite) or the catchy jingle that is “Been Around the World” with Chris Brown, you’ll find a new song to add to your playlist, I guarantee it.