Joe Evans


The Datsuns – Outta Sight / Outta Mind

The Datsuns' Outta Sight / Outta Mind is suffering from a serious case of “a bit rubbish.”

Har Mar Superstar – The Handler

The Handler is the perfect party album; it's got the most lovable pervert in the world writing the songs and the most bloated production values for twenty years. Really, what's not to love?

The Prodigy – Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned

Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned has been barely worth the long wait, but newcomers should start with the older stuff.

Radio 4 – Stealing of a Nation

Stealing of a Nation is a worthy addition to the NYC underground canon. It's more the Velvet Underground and their urban hymns to depravity and heroin than The Strokes and their crystal meth-dusted fashionable nights out

Scissor Sisters – Scissor Sisters

Scissor Sisters have created that rare thing; a collection of songs that do not feel out of place in any situation or at any time.

Devendra Banhart – Rejoicing In The Hands

Rejoicing In The Hands has that rare timeless quality- it will sound as fresh and new as it is today forever.

Rocket Science – Contact High

Rocket Science here are the Mad Professors; on the verge of something eccentrically brilliant, but encountering drawbacks along the way

The Rapture – Echoes

There is something in The Rapture's Echoes for everyone.

The Datsuns – The Datsuns

Not the sound of a spaceship taking off, but instead the squealing guitars that form the basis for this one-trick, idiotic but rather good album by The Datsuns

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