Posts Tagged ‘Giver’

January 26, 2018
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The Grammy Awards are this weekend, and we’re more than ready to root for some of our favorite musicians and artists, including K.Flay, the Stanford alumnus and ex-Bay Area resident who’s been a favorite of ours since the inception of this blog. Kristine Flaherty’s sophomore album Every Where Is Some Where really pushes music into new territory, and it’s no surprise that it’s been nominated for a Grammy. Our favorite song off the album is, of course, Blood in the Cut, a snarling and vehement spectacular which has also garnered a Grammy nomination for Best Rock Song. We’re more than ready to celebrate, wins or not, because these nods are well deserved.  And there’s no perfect way to do so than to delight in this new remix of Every Where Is Some Where cut Giver by another favorite of ours, LA alt pop band Sir Sly! 2017 was a stupendous year for both of them, and they now unite on this heady droning, moody prowling alt electro remix, out now via Interscope.

October 18, 2017

Illinois native and Stanford alumnus/former Bay resident K.Flay released a fierce album in the form of Every Where Is Some Where earlier this year. Even though we’ve been avid fans of Kristine Flaherty’s edgy and bold, unique and creative brand of indie music and alternative hip hop for a very long time and knew to expect only brilliance from the hard working artist, we were still blown away by the level of innovation found on the album, as well as her vehemently enthralling delivery. Today, we get to re-visit track number two, Giver, now that K.Flay has shared an artistic lyric video for the gritty bristling, infectious hammering mélange, a resolute gripping mixture of electropop, rock, hip hop, and electronica. Giver, produced by Tommy English, is available, here.