Thursday, November 11 2010
Indie couldn’t exist as it is without punk and, while it may lack the anarchical, rebellious fervor of punk culture, indie is still the voice of the current generation.
Thursday, October 7 2010
A Swedish Love Story is a gifted EP in its own right, and a welcome addition to the ever expanding catalogue of Owen Pallett.
Tuesday, October 5 2010
There are stellar songs to be found in the 12 tracks of Blood / Candy, but if I may bring up a certain f-word – filler – well, there’s a bit of that too.
Sunday, October 3 2010
Textured and ambitious, Natural Selections is a fine work of modern psychedelic pop.
Sunday, September 26 2010
King of Hearts shows that Camu Tao knew exactly what he was doing; it also shows that dying is a real pain in the ass.
Thursday, September 16 2010
Whether it is a last gasp from an unusually consistent band, or merely a palate-clearing exercise pointing the way towards a perhaps more experimental direction to be found on a follow-up LP, Minotaur is buoyed by an excellent front half and a less stellar back end.
Tuesday, September 7 2010
Our Cubehouse Still Rocks is a record of propulsion, something that can be defined not only in the fast-paced, fist-in-the-air anthems that Uncle Bob has penned for this album, but in the lyrical concerns as well.
Monday, September 6 2010
This is clearly the sound of Americana, except for the fact that the Acorn is a Canadian band.
As the House... occasionally comes off as grandiose and epic as it's meant to, but can seem cloying and pretentious at least as often.
Wednesday, August 18 2010
It's hard to think of Napoo as anything other than a light, fluffy summer album.