Thursday, November 29 2012
An experimental blend of genres that is more admirable for its bold vision and diversity than for its quality and approachability.
Wednesday, March 2 2011
Gruff Rhys of the Super Furry Animals has a habit of collecting complimentary shampoo bottles from hotels. God only knows what this has to do with Welsh pop music.
Thursday, April 16 2009
Veteran Welsh psych-pop quintet continue to evolve, while revisiting the tripped-out, up-tempo sounds of their early days.
Friday, March 27 2009
Monday, February 11 2008
The last time the Super Furry Animals played Philadelphia, they rode on stage in a golf cart. So, understandably, there’s an odd sense of trepidation as the small crowd notices that the stage is bereft of props.
Tuesday, September 4 2007
Welsh band's eighth studio album is everything its predecessor was not: immediately likeable, swiftly paced, and mercilessly brief.
Tuesday, August 14 2007
Super Furry Animals bassist Guto Pryce takes a spin through the apparently bottomless Trojan back catalogue and produces a surprisingly cohesive mix of ‘70s rocksteady and dub reggae.
Wednesday, September 21 2005
Depending on how you choose to perceive it, the band's orchestral seventh album is either one of its greatest achievements or one of its most pedestrian.
Tuesday, March 1 2005
Wales' favorite sons celebrate a decade of making Pure Pop for Now People with this collection of genre-defying singles.
Monday, July 5 2004
Fans of electronic music will find plenty of tracks on Phantom Phorce to rock their bodies (other artists on the album not mentioned previously include Four Tet, Boom Bip, Zan Lyons, and Massimo); however, those who know the original material will get the most satisfaction from the remixes.