We love to listen to the newest albums across all kinds of genres, and we obviously go beyond the brand new standard releases into the unknown, trying to find some that might have been missed by the usual lists.

Don’t despair, we don’t go into philosophy, but just a general type, flow and delivery of the album, and give the types of listeners that might really get into them.  This will also be a “show” on our YouTube Channel.

“Album Review Saturdays” Article Listing & Dates Below

Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 1
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 2
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 3
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 4
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 5
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 6
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 7
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 8
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 9
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 10
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 11
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 12
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 13
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 14
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 15 – Canada Day Special
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 16
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 17
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 18
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 19
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 20
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 21
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 22
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 23
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 24
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 25
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 26
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 27
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 28
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 29
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 30
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 31
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 32
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 33
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 34
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 35
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 36
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 37
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 38
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 39
Album Review Saturdays 2023 Episode 40
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 01
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 02
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 03 [Part I]
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 03 [Part II]
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 04
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 05
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 06
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 07
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 08
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 09
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 10
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 11
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 12
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 13
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 14
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 15
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 16
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 17
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 18
Album Review Saturdays 2024 Episode 19

Welcome to a venture, every Sunday, (except during the holidays), where we delve into some band, or artist, or genre, or concept or experience that does not have that popularity or has been overlooked in the great music multiverse. In some cases, “unknown” can be mean a lot of things, and we often take some liberties on the topic.

There is a video version, but the article will have links for further exploration, and maybe more additional written banter, which is always the intention of these articles. Finding something from the past, present – or in the current releases, is one of our favorite things to do here at Beyond Your Radio.

Want us to do an “unknown” Sunday on a band that you think is worthy? You can always reach out to us to investigate that possibility. It’s a vast multiverse of music out there, and we certainly don’t find things from a vacuum.  We utilize a lot of outside music communities to develop our music listening habits.

“Unknown Sunday” Article Listing & Dates Below
[New Posts: Coming Soon]

Archive Post – March 1, 2015:  Hauschka
Archive Post – December 6, 2015: The Wind and the Wave
Archive Post – January 10, 2016: Amanda Ghost
Archive Post – January 17, 2016:  Andy Curran
Archive Post – January 24, 2016: Two Spur of the Moment Decisions
Archive Post – January 31, 2016:  Willow
Archive Post – February 14, 2016:  Low Flying Hawks
Archive Post – February 21, 2016:  Dylan LeBlanc
Archive Post – February 29, 2016:  Red Snapper
Archive Post – March 6, 2016:  Wicker Man
Archive Post – March 13, 2016:  Chris Velan
Archive Post – March 20, 2016:  She Is We / He Is We
Archive Post – March 27, 2016:  Khun Narin
Archive Post – July 3, 2016:  Canada Day + 4th of July Unknown Party
Archive Post – Sean Watkins [Part I: The Lead In] – April 3, 2016
Archive Post – Jon Foreman [Part II: The Wonderlands] – April 10, 2016
Archive Post – Special Edition “Is it…Endless” – June 29, 2016
Archive Post – Michael Kiwanuka – July 11, 2016
Archive Post – Searching Streaming the Unknown – July 18, 2016
Archive Post – Zhu – July 31, 2016
Archive Post – Sierra Swan – August 7, 2016
Archive Post – The Gaslamp Killer – September 18, 2016
Archive Post – Howe Gelb – September 25, 2016
Archive Post – How Music Moves Us – September 25, 2016
Archive Post – Merchandise – October 2, 2016
Archive Post – Liz Longley – January 23, 2017
Archive Post – Atomship – March 3, 2017
Archive Post – Guy Garvey & Elbow – March 10, 2017
Archive Post – The Devlins – March 17, 2017
2024 – Joey Eppard and “3” – January 28, 2024
2024 – The Screamin’ Cheetah Wheelies – February 4, 2024
2024 – Dexter Gordon – February 11, 2024
2024 – God Lives Underwater – February 18, 2024
2024 – Bad English – February 25, 2024
2024 – Love In Reverse – March 03, 2024
2024 – Knife Party – March 10, 2024
2024 – Thea Gilmore – March 17, 2024
2024 – Hermanos Gutierrez – March 24, 2024
2024 – Copeland – April 7, 2024
2024 – Skrape – April 14, 2024
2024 – Ian Brown – April 21, 2024
2024 – Terry Reid – April 28, 2024
2024 – Rodrigo y Gabriela – May 5, 2024
2024 – Kitchen Witch – May 12, 2024

Panelist and chef extraordinaire, Jeff Johnson, is going to contribute a three course dinner recipe to an album.  Some will be his choice from his vast history and love of music, and some might be challenges from other panelists, or even better — from patrons of the website!  This article will come with why he’s chosen the album, the recipe(s) and cooking instructions, as well as pictures of the finished product.  We are fortunate to have him on our panel in more ways than one, and we’re looking forward to this addition to the website once a month.

“Music Bites – with Chef Jeff” Article Listing & Dates Below

April 3, 2023:  Sonny & Cher “In Case You’re In Love” [1967]
May 8, 2023:  The Allman Brothers “Eat A Peach” [1972]
June 30, 2023: Paul Simon “Rhythm of the Saints” [1990]

Okay, are you a little confused the number signs? It’s okay. All we’re saying is, when we’re in the year, we list the best albums with the last two digits of the year. Example: In 2021, we gave you The 21 Best Albums of 2021. Get it now? Sure you do.

The list is revealed one at a time during the month of December with the last album coming before the new year, revealing the #1 album of that year. The article is posted the next day in the New Year with all the albums listed with images and links, and why we selected them where they were. We can assure you that our list is like no other – especially over some big music magazine’s that are either kissing artist ass or not going far out from mainstream mediums!

“The ## Best Albums of 20##” Article Listing & Dates Below  [Yearly]

THE 23 BEST ALBUMS OF 2023

[VIDEO] Mark Kuligowski reveals The Best 46 Albums of 2023 – So Far 
[VIDEO] Mark Kuligowski Albums You Should Check Out 2023
[VIDEO] Best 23 Albums of 2023 #23 “Dream Box” & “PetroDragonic Apocalypse”
[VIDEO] Best 23 Albums of 2023 #22 “The Mockingbird and the Crow”
[VIDEO] Best 23 Albums of 2023 #21 “The Death of Randy Fitzsimmons”
[VIDEO] Best 23 Albums of 2023 #20

This one is a special, “one-of-a-kind” experience that happens maybe once a quarter! Mark Kuligowski, utilizes his culinary skills to plan a menu around an album, or a style of cooking that might relate to something in the music multiverse and create a 4 to 5 course meal around it. This is an event that actually happens at Mark’s house in Buffalo, New York with guests. The article will showcase the meal plan, the concept around it, and all the great pictures. And, yes, a posting of the recipes for all. The eventual plan is to make the event live on YouTube, but it’s hard to figure out the logistics at this point, considering the guests, topics, spacing required for recording and proper lighting.

“Meal to Music” Past Listed Below [Links to Social Media Posting & Menus Coming Soon]

  1. Calexico “Algiers”
  2. The Tragically Hip “Road Apples”
  3. RJD2 – “STS Instrumentals”
  4. Caravan Palace – “<|°_°|>“
  5. Nubya Garcia – “The Source”
  6. Rob Zombie – “Hellbilly Deluxe”
  7. Robert Plant – “Subterranea”
  8. Matt Mays – “Once Upon A Hell of A Time” + “Twice Upon A Hell of A Time”

NEW “MEAL TO MUSIC” SERIES

  1. Crosby Stills Nash & Young – American Dream [December 31, 2023]