Exclusive: Victoria Groff ‘Moves Like The Devil’

Music Shelf is excited to share Vancouver's Victoria Groff's first single of 2022, "Moves Like The Devil." shy of its official release date July 8th! Mustard is grateful for Victoria Groff for allowing Music Shelf to premiere their newest track. "Moves Like The Devil" (MLTD) for short is a departure from Groff's usual sound. Groff … Continue reading Exclusive: Victoria Groff ‘Moves Like The Devil’

Music Shelf’s New Music Recommendations

Mustard loves Fridays. Not because it is the end of the week for humans but because those same humans often release new music on this day. Here is just a collection of new music that Mustard recommends you listen too and stream throughout the day! Dumped At The Quarters - Bebe Barry https://open.spotify.com/track/7JTQau4s3hSbU6gz2UnStk?si=61c9a1256fac49be Bebe Barry … Continue reading Music Shelf’s New Music Recommendations

Infinity is Expanding with Our Twilight Pastime

Review by: Mr. Substitute Welcome to the home, heart and head of Michael Goldense–professionally known as Our Twilight Pastime. Goldense recently released an EP (their 5th as Our Twilight Pastime) entitled “Reimagined Static,” that I’ve listened to now several times. In 4 tracks, Goldense paints (and that verb seems very appropriate here) a remarkable picture … Continue reading Infinity is Expanding with Our Twilight Pastime

How to Mosh at a Classical Concert

Photo by Manuel Nägeli on Unsplash Featured image credit: Photo by Larisa Birta on UnsplashArticle written by: Mr. Substitute Headbanging, throwing elbows, usually jumping of some sort–anything to synchronize a pent-up and physical aggression with the music blasting your eardrums to smithereens; these are some of things that “moshing” (to mosh) entail. Which, of course, … Continue reading How to Mosh at a Classical Concert

Mustard’s New Music Recommendations

Hello! As a condiment Mustard has a lot of free time. They often are on a shelf waiting to be purchased for human consumption, greed, and potential exploitation. Mustard is not a fan of capitalism or being a product of it. Nonetheless, Mustard has gotten the opportunity to listen to some new music. They recommend … Continue reading Mustard’s New Music Recommendations

The Daydream Express to the Kingdom in “DIET DAYDREAM”

Review by: Mr. Substitute Funny how the brain rewards itself when it recollects something that used to bring you joy; that “Oh yeah…! I remember that!” you quietly say to yourself when your memory is joggled just right. Today I remembered my favorite book growing up: The Daydreamer by Ian McEwan. It happened during my … Continue reading The Daydream Express to the Kingdom in “DIET DAYDREAM”

Mustard Enjoys These Songs

The following is a collection of songs Mustard has been listening to and enjoying. They recommend you check them out. Your human ears will appreciate it. https://open.spotify.com/track/0XeG2eMDBnHl5RKfoDVV2h?si=387d625aa94241c0 Bret McKenzie, of Flight of the Conchords fame, has embarked on a solo journey with their upcoming album "Songs Without Jokes." Flight of the Conchords holds a special … Continue reading Mustard Enjoys These Songs

Compilation Review: “Songs For Dads” by Beautiful Rat Records

In partnership with Ska Punk International, Beautiful Rat Records, has released “Songs For Dads.” Together both Songs for Dads and Moms (put out by Ska Punk International) have a shared goal: to help honor loved ones who have been lost to cancer. All proceeds from both compilations are donated to The Prevent Cancer Foundation, whom … Continue reading Compilation Review: “Songs For Dads” by Beautiful Rat Records