Kyle Deas grew up in Healdsburg, California, but he now lives in New York City. He was recently a bit dismayed to find himself a college graduate, and plans to go get a postgraduate degree just as soon as he figures out what he wants to do with his life. He has been writing for PopMatters since 2008, and blogs as often as he can remember to.
Sunday, August 2 2009
Fastball have always been -- to dust off a worn but sadly apt cliche -- their own worst enemies, victims both of their songwriting style and of their early success.
Monday, July 27 2009
You Kingdom You is not a subtle kind of album. It is the kind of album that comes crashing down very loudly upon your head and makes you pay attention.
Thursday, July 23 2009
In all honesty, Chris Velan's third album Solidago is better than it quite has the right to be.
Sunday, July 12 2009
There's nothing very bad about Woolfy Vs. Projections's The Astral Projections of Starlight, but there isn't anything very good about it, either.
Monday, June 15 2009
In crafting a more challenging album -- a more mature album -- Ha Ha Tonka have, against the odds, crafted a much better album, too.