Dear Editor, Last week, I read a piece in the editorial about a trip to Starbucks marred by the travesty that is a tedious, time-consuming...
Is it safe to call this a definitive Shins album?
This would have been better high. Totally. Sexuality and society, my forte! Are you writing this? Every word. This needs to be edited. This lecture is perfect for...
In a word, you could say it sounds like the Darcys covering Steely Dan, but things are not quite so simple here
If asked to describe this album in one word, the most appropriate term would be “crescendo”.
After having previously lent their musical prowess to The Social Network, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross continue in this vein for The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
On the first listen of Justice’s Audio, Video, Disco, it’s easy to feel a little disappointed when you realize that Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay had no intention of repeating the style of their previous success.
Michigan Left, on first listen, is noticeably different from their debut album, Jackson Square; although the Arkells’ spirit is retained, this is not Jackson Square Part 2.