Comeback albums from a soul veteran and an electro legend. Two r&b/pop artists find a balance between catchy and weird. And, a Cleveland hip-hop group hits the ground running with an impressive debut. These are my favorite releases of 2015.
Cool Uncle (Bobby Caldwell + Jack Splash) Cool Uncle
This album was a really pleasant surprise. I feel like it came out of nowhere. It’s the unlikely pairing of r&b/pop veteran Bobby Caldwell with new school producer, Jack Splash. Continue reading
Matt Greenfield with Night Of The Demons director, Kevin Tenney, and the queen of horror, Linnea Quigley.
Destroy Cleveland director Matt Greenfield is obsessed with horror movies. If you follow him on Instagram, you’re likely to see his feed filled with pictures of his obscure VHS collection. While he doesn’t want to make any scary movies – he says it’s just been “beat to death” – the genre has had a considerable influence on both his life and his creative endeavors. We asked him to pick his all-time favorites. Narrowing it down to just five was certainly challenging for Greenfield, but here’s what he came up with.