Tags
Music

IYEARA Heighten the Tension on Remix of Mark Lanegan's "Playing Nero" (premiere)

Britsh trio IYEARA offer the first taste of a forthcoming reworking of Mark Lanegan's Somebody's Knocking with a remix of "Playing Nero".

Recent
Music

Mark Lanegan: One Way Street

These early recordings offer a telling glimpse of Lanegan’s initial efforts as an emerging solo artist with his own unique vision.

Music

Duke Garwood: Heavy Love

Heavy Love, the fourth album to date by this London-based multi-instrumentalist, is comprised mainly of hushed, harrowing soundscapes that are frequently as subversive as they are subdued.

Music

Mark Lanegan Band: Phantom Radio

Phantom Radio is the quintessential Mark Lanegan album, both a great starting point for those uninitiated to his world and a document that the most devoted members of his cult fanbase will cherish as one of his best.

Music

Mark Lanegan Band: No Bells on Sunday EP

The Mark Lanegan Band's first official release since 2012 is, unfortunately, a lackluster and unfocused affair.

Music

Mark Pickerel and His Praying Hands: Tess

Mark Pickerel picks up where 2008’s Cody’s Dream left off -- a brand of muscular country-rock shaded with weird darkness.

Music

Moby: Innocents

By hiring an outside producer and inviting male vocalists to sing on it, Innocents proves to be a unique album for Moby... on paper.

Music

Mark Lanegan: Imitations

Imitations proves once again that even after four decades in the game, Mark Lanegan is not an artist content to conform to expectations, but one that will continue crossing borders to indulge his muse.

Reviews

All Tomorrow's Parties: I'll Be Your Mirror, Day Two

Although it was refreshing to attend a festival free of sensory overload, this big city offshoot of All Tomorrow’s Parties is still struggling to find its place.

Music

Soulsavers: The Light the Dead See

With their latest album, the Soulsavers continue ruminating on their singular theme — that the path of redemption winds through perdition, and no one knows the value of salvation more than the damned.

Reviews

Mark Lanegan Band: 16 May 2012 - Hamtramck, MI

Wincing at the endless barrage of camera phone flashes assaulting his eyes, Mark Lanegan treated fans to a litany of detox elegies and ruminations on mortality and resurrection, alternating between down-tempo dirges and ramshackle rockers.

Music

Mark Lanegan Band: Blues Funeral

After eight years spent growling for others, Mark Lanegan returns with his most musically diverse album to date.

Daniel Tebo
Music

UNKLE: Where Did the Night Fall

If the entire point of Where Did the Night Fall was to document a long night out only to end with the vague regret of wondering what you just spent all that time doing, well, maybe UNKLE succeeded.

Music

Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan: Sunday at Devil Dirt

You could exhaust yourself coming up with ways to describe contrasts in their voices, when the real treat lies in the way they come together.

Music

Bomb the Bass: Future Chaos

First album in 13 years from renowned British DJ/producer Tim Simenon. Created almost entirely on Minimoog.

Music

Gutter Twins: Saturnalia

Two alt-rock titans return to their roots to create an album that rivals the best in each of their respective canons.

Ron Hart
Reviews
Collapse Expand Reviews

Features
Collapse Expand Features
PM Picks
Collapse Expand Pm Picks

© 1999-2020 PopMatters.com. All rights reserved.
PopMatters is wholly independent, women-owned and operated.