The track isn't merely about "sorrow", that passing sentiment of unhappiness that always allows recovery; rather, it is about this sentiment amplified tenfold.
"Wanted 2 Say" is a bone-chilling electro-pop light show that enshrouds Jófríður Ákadóttir's lead vocal in a sequence of intertwining synth passages.
Meandering, zero-gravity synth tendrils float over a minimalist bass-drum backbeat, merging together into the aural analogue of the centrifuge in Stanley Kubrick's seminal 2001.
Dilly Dally does a great job at capturing the passion and energy of grunge and punk on "Snakehead".
Anthemic, pounding, and texturally variegated, it's a track that generates memories rather than calls them forth -- and the third-act koto ripple-breakdown is a moment of unequivocal beauty.
Americana singer-songwriter Clarence Bucaro's songs possess a craftsmanlike sophistication in their seeming simplicity and spareness.
Cyndi Lauper made a good choice in covering rockabilly filly Wanda Jackson’s "Funnel of Love" from 1961.
Brian Eno delivers a breathtaking 21-minute epic that sounds like an out of body experience.
Tim Darcy, the guitarist/vocalist for post-punk band Ought, and Andrea-Jane Cornell have created an exciting new experimental, electronic, spoken word project.
Steve Gunn's "Conditions Wild" is a pretty slice of psychedelic power pop.