Sunday, April 29 2012
Here We Go Magic’s third album brings a new kind of clarity to Luke Temple’s agitated, rhythmic pop aesthetic, giving each element of the sound space to resonate. Temple credits Nigel Godrich with helping the band focus on essentials, showing them how to strive for perfection while tolerating occasional flaws.
Wednesday, April 25 2012
With summer just around the corner, May boasts a loaded record release schedule that’ll fill up your iPod with plenty of new music for that vacation that can’t come soon enough.
Thursday, December 23 2010
Sixty slices of musical greatness highlighted by one of the most delightful expletive-ridden hits in pop music history.
Thursday, August 30 2012
Brooklyn band sings prettily, spaces out, and splits ears.
Monday, May 7 2012
With Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich at the helm, Here We Go Magic have basically turned in the album that the former band should have made immediately following In Rainbows.
Tuesday, August 23 2011
The Brooklyn band brings a bit more melody to its magic on its new EP.
Sunday, June 12 2011
There are few bands in the indie-rock scene that are capable of taking the studio template of their songs and growing them onstage into unique versions that take the listener on more of a journey.
Monday, August 23 2010
Pigeons may not be the defining moment all the blog buzz hinted at, and Luke Temple may still have several rough patches to smooth out in his songwriting process, but with Here We Go Magic's subtly enchanting second record, it sure is fun to listen to him work out the kinks.