Monday, November 27 2006
Minneapolis band makes beautiful music, if you can stay awake for it.
Sunday, November 26 2006
It is not an exact copy of another act, but Ellison's musical composite is an incredible simulation of many.
Debut DJ album from Logistics proves to be valuable and varied.
Wednesday, November 22 2006
Promising start from charming (if young) Toronto indie-rock Brock-worshippers.
Warp Records continue to dip their toes into decidedly un-electronic waters, with their latest signing, Born Ruffians. Hailing from Toronto, this trio unleash short, crisp
Desolation never tasted so sweet.
Electro-pop with a combination of Depeche Mode aesthetics and Oasis sensibilities.
On their final album, the duo of Parker & Lily recorded a ballad called “The Low Lows”, all shivery keyboards, barely breathed, slumberous vocals and
Tuesday, November 21 2006
MXPX rocks hard, and sometimes hardly rocks.
Chicago’s Third Wheel was founded by two life-long friends, Jeremy Babcock and Shawn Schlag, who’ve been performing under that moniker for over a
Inca Ore and Lemon Bear get together and put on a clinic in difficult listening.
Monday, November 20 2006
Chef Raekwon gets the live treatment.
In which our heroes learn that one doesn't have to be screaming all the time to make great grindcore.
Sunday, November 19 2006
Zombie Nation's new disc almost finds a place between indie-centric heavy metal disco and more commercial minded electro.
This is a debut? Somebody sign these guys already!
Rarely does an album with as little sound as Weird Feelings by the Weird Weeds require so much effort from listeners. Actually, few albums have
If you like disposable Top 40 R&B pop, Natalie's Everything New will satisfy your sweet tooth.
Friday, November 17 2006
Collection of home recordings and rare tracks is intermittently beautiful, but not a cohesive entry point for non-fans of Songs of Green Pheasant
Thursday, November 16 2006
Calling out T. Rex, Slade and especially Led Zeppelin, this NYC trio splices monster hooks and thunderous drums to catchy glam-rocking choruses.
Boamaster feels like an enticing pre-sexual tease, centred on cocoons, secrecy, and a dark, faintly threatening, aura of childishness.