Monday, October 20 2014
This lost live record captures one of rock’s most unassailable giants, right when it was discovering how to really belt out its “fee-fi-fo-fums”.
Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen are poised to become a lasting force in bluegrass and also demonstrate the potential for broader success.
Friday, October 17 2014
Even with all its XXX gimmickry, Nymph()maniac remains grounded in character. From someone like Von Trier, we'd expect nothing less, and we even get a lot more.
Nashville quartet tackles grandiose indie pop-rock with aplomb across four-song EP.
A pupil/teacher story dressed up as a battle-of-wits thriller, the pushy, over-hyped Whiplash fails to impress.
This is an interesting experiment that doesn’t quite always work, but that probably says more about Beck than it does Royal Canoe.
Turkish rapper Da Poet returns with another set of moody hip-hop instrumentals.
Overall the album has both a sense of doom and gloom and an intimate, candlelit feeling.
Combine an already confusing maze of level design with the shifting planes and shifting angles of the game world, and Claire feels like it's purposefully trying to confuse you. Because it is.
Goofing around with Garfield on The Garfield Randomiser and Garfield Minus Garfield evokes the poetic Surrealism that arose from Dadism.