There is a starkness to Stott’s work, but there is an unusual sort of beauty to it as well.
Banks’ debut does not simply think outside the box, it blows the box to smithereens and steals the box’s man in the process.
“A love letter to the history of American music.” If that’s true, American music was all made in the same, very expensive garage.
Seeds isn’t TV on the Radio’s strongest album, but it is a radiant reboot, a move forward and a reason to move.
Is it surprising that a 67-minute Ariel Pink album is a bit, err, frustrating? No.
Making an entrance into the music world has never been so easy. Less simple however, are the protocols that should be followed when trying to exit.
Punk for millennials, the harmless, apathetic deviants the Adult Swim generation needs and deserves.
If this isn’t the most versatile dance album of the year, we missed something.