Wednesday, August 28 2013
Ages is a by-rote example of a group struggling to find its own identity by channeling its influences and winding up sounding more like a band playing covers rather than referencing their forbearers or offering homage
Sunday, June 16 2013
Even if the Elvis by way of trip-hop premise of Here’s Willy Moon is a gimmick, who cares when it’s this fun?
Wednesday, April 17 2013
Blood Becomes Fire will undoubtedly be placing high on many end-of-year lists in 2013, and the 10 songs therein present unrelenting and graphic visions of ruin and despair.
Sunday, July 22 2012
It’s a shame that Kimbra is largely relegated stateside as "that girl in the Gotye song." If there remains any justice in today's music industry, Vows, will correct that disservice, proving the singer is a talent ripe enough not to need the crutch of a one-off pop duet.
Wednesday, October 19 2011
The tail end of the New Zealand Showcase.
Monday, September 19 2011
Despite its serviceable storyline, Bride Flight is visually sumptuous and the characters are truly endearing.
Wednesday, February 16 2011
Pandering is not always a bad thing. Pimping one’s self and music as a way of entertainment is a form of performance art with a long-honored tradition.
Wednesday, October 21 2009
The CMJ Music Marathon and Film Festival invades New York City this week. Here's the latest from PopMatters' writers on the beat.
Monday, August 31 2009
Does Ladyhawke hold up now that the Nu-new wave revival is almost at its end?