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Adam Bonich

Adam Bonich is a writer & musician from Chicago, IL. You can follow him on twitter @AdamBonich.


Reviews

Wednesday, July 24 2013

Jimmy Eat World: Damage

Respectable in execution, but not quite as recommendable as certain past works, Damage is nevertheless a serviceable effort from a still very talented band.


Wednesday, June 5 2013

Barn Owl: V

On their new album V, it's all about the layers. Pull enough back and you'll find the most complex Barn Owl album to date.


Monday, June 3 2013

Ten Kens: Namesake

Ably moving from melodic lulls, to titanic dirges of sound, Ten Kens prove to be a band capable of transcending their genre.


Thursday, April 25 2013

Zomes: Time Was

Showcasing the elastic-textural vocals of Swedish artist Hanna, Time Was, the new Zomes LP, is both a reiteration of the past and a foray into slightly higher realms of pop accessibility.


Sunday, April 14 2013

Caveman: Caveman

Putting that whole "sophomore slump" idea to bed, Caveman have managed to outdo themselves by crafting an engrossing, catchy album, worthy of a larger audience.


Kavinsky: Outrun [31.Mar.13]

Blogs

Tuesday, October 1 2013

Jeff Lynne: Armchair Theatre (Deluxe Re-Issue)

A true testament to his musicianship and longevity in the business, Jeff Lynne's forgotten classic, Armchair Theatre, returns -- and it sounds better than ever.


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