While inspired by the more robust Who Is Jill Scott?, Lianne La Havas’s promising debut Is Your Love Big Enough? ponders dating an older man (fluttering ditty “Age”) and lobs bitter accusations of betrayal (downbeat duet “No Room for Doubt”) over finger-picked, reverb-tinged guitar tinged. Over top, La Havas’s vocals beckon like flickering candlelight.
By Lindsay Hood on 11.03.14 in News
Greetings! Top of the Morning is your daily AM news round-up. We paid attention over the weekend and gathered relevant tidbits to share over that first cup of coffee. On Halloween, Killer Mike and El-P performed "Earl...
By Wondering Sound Staff on 07.29.13 in Collections
Headed to Chicago but still not sure who you want to see in Grant Park? Fear not: We've boiled the brain-busting Lollapalooza schedule down to 15 essential sets.
By Wondering Sound Staff on 12.10.12 in Lists
Every year, when eMusic's editorial staff compiles our annual best-of list, the goal is never to come to some kind of academic determination of the year's best records via a series of complicated formulas and criteria. T...
By Seth Colter Walls on 09.30.14 in Reviews
Steve Reich's Electric Counterpoint — a justly popular composition for one live guitarist, who plays atop 13 other prerecorded electric bass and guitar parts — has been in need of a new recording for years. Pat Metheny's...