Thursday, February 21, 2019

Miami solo musician Xela Zaid evolves as he searches for raw...

Local gem Xela Zaid has long been one of the most innovative musicians working the Miami music scene, from his early career as a...

Ursula 1000: Revealing the musician in the DJ (An Indieethos exclusive)

If one misconception has plagued the man behind the expressionistic, retro-infused handle Ursula 1000 over his 10-plus-years of recording original music and spinning records as...

MGMT grow with Congratulations

MGMT Congratulations vinyl Like I said in an earlier posting, when MGMT released the preview track “Flash Delirium” for their sophomore effort Congratulations, I had...

Weezer Cruise over, back to reality – a recap (Day 2...

As I noted yesterday, during the first day the Weezer Cruise, I left my camera for the most part in the cabin to  enjoy the...

Brian Eno and the Lovely Bones

I had no idea Brian Eno composed the soundtrack to the Lovely Bones when I bought my ticket to see the movie last week....

Alx Czo shares what it feels like to release music on...

The revival of analog releases and recording methods is more than a kitschy approach to music in a world dominated by on-line hits and...

Faust IV review published in “Goldmine”

So it’s been like five years, but I’m back into getting published in music magazines, beginning with my review for the Capitol Vinyl Vaults...

Genesis tribute band The Musical Box’ take on ‘The Lamb,’ and...

If the lack of music coverage on this blog about music and film has seemed apparent, that is because I have returned to freelancing...

Reflecting on 2015, Part 3 – Best in Music

Here are Independent Ethos' picks for the 10 best albums we heard in 2015. They are presented in no particular order because it is...

Manu Chao tears it up at Miami debut

More than 10 years after setting the pop world on fire with his solo debut, Proxima Estación: Esperanza, Manu Chao has finally given...