Floating World finds Anathallo on the brink of receiving the nationwide attention they deserve.
In an almost ironic way, the music Kraftwerk has spawned is now reflected back again in the band
Really, The Understanding should be everything one expected from Röyksopp: a consistently good pastiche of electronic music
The reason I would choose Mando Diao over the many retro-rock revivalists (I think I just dry-heaved writing that) is because they are a complete package.
Eternal Holiday is, somewhat, Rocket Science’s push into the American market. Unfortunately it comes at a time when music, not just in the US, is glutted...
William Elliott Whitmore is nothing if not rootsy.
On Happiness in Magazines, Graham Coxon maintains the same fascination with guitar oriented, simplistic indie rock that he has had since Blur’s self titled American breakthrough.
As a concept album, Cultural Norms works quite well.
The debut album by Argentine, In Other Fictions, draws from shoegazer greats such as Ride and Slowdive, with echoing guitars creating a warm blanket