Monthly Archives: November 2014
Welcome to House of Acid_Reviews! As you can see, Tits & Acid Reviews is no more. There was no reason behind the change other than change itself folks. We’re transitioning forward, and with that comes modulation. You deserve to hear honest and passionate artists over the mainstream floods that have convoluted musical standards so much. In order to do that more efficiently, we must refine our brand so that we can reach more like-minded individuals like yourselves. We’re still going to work tirelessly to give you the best, most unique, and integral artists out there. If you like to boogie, then this is still your place. We’re just going to be doing it bigger, and better. You can expect some great things to come your way soon. Along with the site’s remodel, we’ve got new exclusives, new interviews, and much more music on the horizon. I want to personally thank everyone who has supported Tits & Acid Reviews in the past. Without you, this place is nothing. I’m so grateful for all of the followers, and we hope you’ll be sticking around to see what’s ahead!
Betoko released the recording from his set at Bar Americas last month. Download the two hour performance for free below.
Lotus just announced a massive 32-date Winter Tour, starting in January 2015 and ending in March! Get ready for a synth-heavy, guitar-shreddy, jazzy good time ladies and frogs. Things have only been going up for this band lately. The recent success from their Talking Heads: Deconstructed shows last summer will only add to the momentum they’re no doubt coming at us with. Since the turn of 2013 they’ve hit a stride that hasn’t let up. They’ve always had talent obviously, as years of sold-out shows will prove, but they seem to have really found the sound they’ve been looking for in recent years. The new material is becoming more dynamic, and they’re Read the rest of this entry
Tiger & Woods stepped out of their Den to unveil some beats today. The funky felines came out of hiding just long enough to premier a new podcast on XLR8R before scurrying away again. As expected, the duo has delivered another solid of hour classy edits and that T&W glamour we never get enough of. Little is known about their background, but at this point who really cares? We already have all the knowledge we require to fluff these guys. They tour more than they Read the rest of this entry
Tom Trago celebrates Rush Hour Records with this in-house 100% vinyl performance.
It’s already looking to be an incredibly busy week folks. The music is flooding in and we’re almost drowning in it, but no complaints here. For Mix Mondays we’ve got 3 new heavy hitters for you, a little something for everyone. To start you off, Rayko travels to funky space and beyond with his new ‘Disco Feelings Mix’ for SPA In Disco. Would you believe that this guy isn’t even signed right now? How anyone could pass this artist up is truly a mind blowing thought. Free download below!
Electricano unleashed a haunting new podcast ladies and gentlemen. The Latvian tech-house producer is currently making a ruckus on LouLou Records, a fitting home for his edgy approach. Good things folks, good things. You know what to do so get to it! The download is free!
Marc Brownstein, the bass player and frontman of The Disco Biscuits, was featured in the Huffington Post yesterday. When Marc’s not touring with one of his many band projects, he’s on the political frontlines trying to get his fans and other young Americans to vote. He’s the co-founder of HeadCount, an organization dedicated to getting young voters in action through live music. A true man of the people, you can often see Marc at a booth himself. You can read his article on Midterm Elections below.