Monday, October 27 2014
An album that moves the band onward and upward, further and deeper – a journey begun a long time ago in a 1980s galaxy far, far away.
Thursday, October 23 2014
Another collection of evocative songs, deceptive in their carefully woven simplicity.
Tuesday, October 21 2014
Thurston Moore's most ambitious solo album and possibly the best Sonic Youth-related release since 2004's Sonic Nurse.
Reissue of the final solo album by the hugely overlooked Australian post-punk hero, Rowland S Howard.
Wednesday, October 8 2014
Iceage are on to something, even if that “something” feels intangible and hard to put into descriptive feeling.
Tuesday, October 7 2014
This album's title may suggest that the world is lit only by fire, but Godflesh celebrates the darkness of today to confounding effect.
Friday, October 3 2014
For the first time, both sides of the post-punk/industrial/techno pioneers are collected in one place.
Thursday, March 6 2014
On Iska Dhaaf's debut Even the Sun Will Burn, the bittersweet hints of '60s psychedelia lend depth and texture to catchy indie-pop melodies.
Friday, September 27 2013
Remember Lot's wife. Renounce all sin and vice. Dream of the perfect life. And listen to Gang of Four’s 1979 debut album. It’s the 145th most acclaimed album of all time. This heaven gives me migraine.
Wednesday, July 31 2013
This deserves a hearing by newer listeners finding out about New Order, the Cure, Joy Division, or My Bloody Valentine for the first (or hundredth) time. Weekend follows in venerable footsteps. Jinx avoids whatever sophomore slump its title may suggest.