Tuesday, October 11 2011
Ever have to turn in a term paper at the last second? While your band is on tour? The day before your back gives out? Well, Of Montreal-endorsed dance-rock group Casiokids know such pain, but share a great deal of wisdom and emotional depth in this fascinating 20 Questions feature . . .
Wednesday, December 1 2010
New releases plus a trip to a music festival gives plenty of options for a playlist
Tuesday, June 15 2010
Norway's latest dance-pop export has songs so catchy, they don't even feel they need to re-record their tracks in English to appeal to US listeners, and as this 20 Questions reveals, a love of all things Woody Allen, a penchant for stealing keyboards, and a wish to travel to Greece are just part of what drives this fascinating, delightful breaking band ...
B.O.M.B. festival was a great event with a cozy atmosphere in an excellent space. Room enough for some family entertainment, live music and, more importantly, to grow in future years.
Friday, May 28 2010
Sunday, February 7 2010
On his debut solo effort, Of Montreal multi-instrumentalist James Husband demonstrates his real knack for penning melodies, not albums.
Thursday, February 4 2010
Thursday, April 2 2009
Kevin Barnes' individual narratives may be filled with confusion, miscommunication, and rejection, but his music's eminently inclusive.
Monday, February 23 2009
This EP teases at what could've been: a full-fledged meeting of eccentric minds that not only works, but sounds almost exactly like what you'd expect it to.
Sunday, October 19 2008
Following Hissing Fauna, it shouldn't be too surprising that Skeletal Lamping is a bit of a let-down, but it's still a nonsensical dancefloor freakfest that only Kevin Barnes could pull off.