Monday, October 6 2014
In this next segment of PopMatters' look back on the music of the 2000s, we examine works by British electronic pioneers, Americana legends, and Armenian metal provocateurs.
Wednesday, March 21 2012
Jimmy Tamborello’s 2001 landmark Life Is Full of Possibilities bridged the worlds of IDM and pop, setting lush melodies atop glitchy electro beats and launching one of the aughts’ most memorable singles in “This Is the Dream of Evan and Chan.” Now, a decade or so on, we asked Tamborello to reflect on the album’s impact – and the new expanded reissue from Sub Pop.
Monday, November 24 2014
Surprisingly, a bunch of sentimental laptop pop songs from ten years ago (Give Up) make for a dynamic and engaging live show.
Thursday, April 11 2013
Should you double-dip and buy the 10th Anniversary Edition of Give Up? It depends on how much two new tracks and five semi-obscure B-sides are worth to you.
Thursday, February 10 2005
This release indicates that the Postal Service are an important and worthy band in the indie-rock world. As far as side projects go, the Postal Service has to rank as one of the most worthwhile.
Monday, April 7 2003
Thursday, April 3 2003
Wednesday, June 19 2013
For their first music video in years, the Postal Service get all Inception-y on us... at a laundromat.
Tuesday, June 18 2013
A decade after the release of their million+ selling Give Up, the Postal Service reunite for an arena victory run, though no new album is in sight.