By Andrew Dietzel
Kill careens from pop rock to cheesy metal to variations on funk throughout its duration, propelled by the energetic imagination and musicianship of the band like an all-too-phallic torpedo.
FKA twigs: M3LL155X
Elephant Revival: Sands of Now
The Struggling Economies of 'Two Days, One Night'
War Is Eternal in 'Welcome Back #1'
Daniel Romano: If I've Only One Time Askin'
Faith and Doubt in 'Guardians of Knowhere #3'
Disco, AIDS and Nuclear War Permeate Jane Smiley's 'Early Warning'
"Which is better, Cher’s voice before or after Auto-Tune?