Tuesday, October 24 2006
Ready or not, here comes math-folk, with Hella killing you softly.
Though this release finds the band exploring quieter territory, there's a tangible intensity throughout many of these songs.
The Sadies have no interest in making exceptional music, which is, of course, how really fun records get made.
Electro-pop and guitar rock merge in a powerful combination.
Baltimore duo spins soft vocals, electrified keyboards and mechanical percussion into pearlized fogs of melancholy pop.
Monday, October 23 2006
Fun and bouncy, it's great if punchy humor is to your tastes, but otherwise will seem overwhelmingly cutesy.
Slow, soulful and somewhat bittersweet, Ryan Scott’s first effort is the lovable title track that sounds a bit like The Twilight Singers, John Mayer
Astronautalis continues to keep one foot in hip-hop and one in indie, as he searches for meaning in an alien world.
Colour Revolt, a new band out of Oxford, Mississippi, get a re-release of their debut EP through Tiny Evil after a limited release at the
Friday, October 20 2006
If you like a little hard-hitting adventure in your jazz, this album is artful and intelligent. And, oh yes, it definitely swings.
Devastations, a band of Australians living in Berlin, attempt the depth of the Dirty Three and Liars on their sophomore album, Coal—and end up
As the name implies, this band's tree has many roots and varied shoots.
Hall of Fame founder Theo Angell mines deep lodes of folk, blues and spiritual music in this eccentrically powerful solo album.
Electroclash or industrial, either way, there's a little too much drugstore and not enough cowboy here.
Thursday, October 19 2006
It’s hard to believe this is Lindstrom’s debut; but then again, it’s really a collection of previously released vinyl singles. Nice to
I love you Miss Violetta Beauregarde! Even though you probably don’t love me because you are an Italian punk rocker electronic yelling girl who
Superlative paisley pop with swirling guitars, buoyant bass lines and sunny vocal harmonies...the only thing different is that the girls wearing go-go boots are killers.
If nothing else, the boy's got spunk.
Indie collaboration group mixes it up for mostly good results.
Wednesday, October 18 2006
Billy Childish collaborator Dan Melchior rips the world another one with scorching blues rock vamps and lacerating lyrics.