Monday, December 22 2014
From Polish black metal to mind-blowing progressive R&B and electronic music, 2014's best albums certainly have something for everyone.
Tuesday, January 18 2011
Slipped Discs continues with the return of a '60s pop heartthrob, the best underappreciated hip-hip album of the year, the resurrection of a legendary '80s band, some great beats from M.I.A. and many more. All records that missed our top 70 list last year.
Thursday, July 31 2008
You need not be popular to break the rules, and you need not be popular to break your own conventions. Sometimes the very best music is being crafted right on the fringes of the mainstream, and it is for that reason that sometimes you will find some of rock music's greatest DETOURS.
Thursday, December 20 2007
From tech house to Radiohead and Americana to indie and everything in between, PopMatters picks the best 60 albums of 2007.
Monday, March 24 2014
Liars continue their electronic phase with an aggressive turn that brings out the rock in their DNA that they've been trying to push back against. This isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Wednesday, June 6 2012
Liars may change their sound from album to album—the new one is unsettling electronica—but they are consistent at one thing: being good.
Tuesday, July 6 2010
"The Overachievers", the second single from Liars' Sisterworld, may be the most illusive song on the album.
Tuesday, April 27 2010
Regardless of how spectacular a live set a band puts forth, sometimes the audience is all it takes to make or break a show.
Monday, March 8 2010
Sisterworld is a paranoid, violent reaction to the social and artistic landscapes of Los Angeles. The album provides a forceful perspective on the nightmarish effects of the dream factory.
Wednesday, September 5 2012
Previous entries include Wavves, Flying Lotus, and Wye Oak.
Wednesday, December 9 2009
Liars Sisterworld (Mute) Releasing: 9 March 2010 The follow-up to Liars' eponymous fourth album is entitled Sisterworld. The press release claims that the album delves into "alternate