Missed Music

Music you didn’t know you needed…until now.


I love turning people onto great stuff they’ve never heard. I listen to anywhere from 2 to 5 hours of new music (or new to me, at least) every day and tell you about the best 30 minutes. I scour new and used CD stores, the library, the Internet, and my friends‘ collections and I listen to just about anything I can find.

I will share with you the best I find of everything from Alternative to Opera, Hip Hop to New Age, World Music to Motown. Not everything I write about is new but there is so much music that we all missed when it was released that there should be a few gems for you on this blog every day.



  1. Hermanator!

    Nice blog! If you haven’t heard them, try to listen to Ian Brown “Music of the Spheres” and Richard Ashcroft “Keys to the World”.

    Comment by Duhner | February 18, 2009 | Reply

    • I liked Richard Ashcroft’s work with The Verve. Didn’t like Human Conditions very much, but I will definitely check out Keys to the World. I have not heard Ian Brown, so I look forward to checking that out. Thanks.

      Comment by missedmusic | February 18, 2009 | Reply

    • You know, I have to correct myself. I didn’t like most of Human Conditions, but I did like Check the Meaning and Bright Lights.

      Comment by missedmusic | February 21, 2009 | Reply

  2. I really enjoyed your website, you feature some great albums by great artists and it left me intrigued for over an hour. Keep up the good work, I look forward to reading more.

    Caleb Spaulding

    Comment by Caleb Spaulding | June 4, 2010 | Reply

  3. Hi,

    I like your blog. There’s so much passion for music in the underground, away from TV and public radios.

    Check out Montreal band Ralf Wiggum. They’re releasing their first 7 songs-album, and it really rocks. Something between The Pixies, Sonic Youth and Arcade Fire.

    Check it out!



    Comment by Pierre-Alexandre | October 25, 2010 | Reply

  4. Hey there,

    Have you posted a mix for working out? I just came across one online, but it was so lame. I’d love to hear your fave tracks for exercising in a previous or new post.


    Comment by Jenn | February 16, 2011 | Reply

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