This is Blur’s finest and most troubled moment.
Matchbook Romance’s West For Wishing is an unfortunate trek into the myriad world of emotive nondescript music
Maybe Placebo aren’t all that interested in becoming pioneers, and maybe it’s okay that Sleeping With Ghosts is an album with distinctive pluses and minuses
So Long, Astoria is The Ataris love letter to growing up and girls, lots of girls.
While Goldfrapp could easily adorn the radio charts, their greatest quality is the notion of mystery and lustful imagination that emanates so cleverly from the record.
Unfortunately, the underlying tone for Everclear is that they have well exceeded that allotted time. The ideas and everything creative, interesting and in this case, listenable...
Paul Brill’s latest offering is like a timeless novel; encompassing a wide array deep emotion and observant description.
The Thrills persuade one to revel in their sun soaked melodies, desire cloudless skies, and yearn for the Beach Boys’ “California Girls” (and boys).
Sisters features just four musicians. The results have been magnificent; in simple beauty the music has become even more serene, somber and comforting.