A little over a year ago, Phish released their fifteenth studio album Sigma Oasis through a YouTube live stream. At the time, everyone assumed it was going to be an April fool’s joke, but it ended up being a much-needed gift at the beginning of the pandemic. Continue reading
Now I know what you’re thinking.
“Phish fans are just obsessed with Phish.”
“I don’t want to listen to 20-minute guitar solos.”
“I don’t do acid.”
While all of those things certainly exist within the Phish world, they are by no means the norm. Continue reading
As a person with incredibly eclectic music tastes, I’ve listened to a lot of albums over the years. I’ve been influenced by many different styles, so I decided to make a list of the ten records that influenced my current listening choices the most. These are certainly not my favorite albums, just the most important in my musical journey. This list was definitely my favorite quarantine project. It gave me a great chance to think critically about my music taste and dig into the reasons that I like listening to what I do now. It was a lot of fun making these connections between seemingly opposite genres (I’m not sure if Phish and Ski Mask the Slump God have ever been mentioned in the same sentence before), as well as revisiting music that I may not have listened to recently. Continue reading