Originally released back in 1970 (the official release), Let It Be was widely panned as being less than stellar work by a stellar group...
For now, we have The Strokes. It is a breath of fresh air. The album seems to depend on reductionist theory. That is, incorporating nothing in any degree of excess.
With Take Them On, On Your Own BRMC pumped up their songs with heavier riffs and stronger beats and could be the release that gets them the recognition they deserve.
The story of the Private Avery William Whitmore and The Decemberists.
Enigmatically tracing the greatest of pop roots with quenching success, Chutes Too Narrow is perfectly stated, and undoubtedly, a masterpiece.
I don’t “give a fuck” what the hell attempt at deconstructing gender roles and expectations Peaches was trying to throw out or accomplish. We are worse off for having this album circulating among us.
Cuatro Caminos will serve notice to the masses that Mexico’s most avant-garde rock musicians have been producing fine work for many years
If lofty comparisons are preludes to insurmountable expectations, then Matthew Ryan has an Everest to climb
Transatlanticism is the type of album that exudes ingenuity and creativity.
In sounding like Hole, the Distillers have definitely lost their identity.