Monday, September 1 2014
Barragán is aimless and directionless, and it’s hard to see what the group is trying to really do here other than make music that somehow pleases itself.
Wednesday, June 5 2013
There’s no dance-floor friendly banger or loud snapping snares. It's all easy entrances and exits: guests stopping over unexpectedly to relate a sad story and then exiting quietly through the back while you're pouring the tea.
Wednesday, September 22 2010
While the transformation of Blonde Redhead's style from hot-and-bothered art-punk to cool electro-pop isn't exactly a surprising development, it's still startling to hear how measured, downbeat, and chilled-out Penny Sparkle is.
Tuesday, May 1 2007
Blonde Redhead’s latest strikes the difficult balance between avant pop and accessibility.
Sunday, April 18 2004
The expansion of their sound to include breathtaking strings and keyboards has proven to lift Blonde Redhead out of the post-rock mire and recreated them as a band finally worthy of their past praise.
Wednesday, November 28 2012
Los Angeles' Nosaj Thing stunned with his debut release Drift (Alpha Pup) and the producer has returned with a new album 'Home', which features guest
Tuesday, March 13 2012
Following the devastating tsunami that ravaged Japan last year, Blonde Redhead's Kazu Makino wanted to do something about it, rounding up in-progress, yet-to-be-finished works by many of her famous musician friends and releasing the whole thing as a charity album. She tells PopMatters all about it.