There’s a familiar vein that courses throughout Australia’s Gypsy & The Cat’s new album, The Late Blue.
Saturated with rousing jams steeped in a newly honed funk direction, THR!!!ER succeeds in its singular goal with flying colors.
Sub Verses is a road worth traveling, but just beware of the potholes along the way.
On Bankrupt!, the bands fifth studio release, Phoenix don’t veer from familiar territory, offering a solid, if predictable, follow up to their breakthrough album.
With Ghost on Ghost, his fifth studio release, Iron and Wine continues to push well past the acoustic troubadour trappings of his earlier work by crafting a lush album of AM radio pop.
There aren’t too many albums, hip-hop or otherwise, that necessitate a plot summary before you can get down to pontificating, but Twelve Reasons To Die, Ghostface Killah’s new horror hip-hop opera, necessitates it.
Those who’ve followed Charli XCX will be familiar with True Romance’s highlights (which sound all the better on the album).
Yeah Yeah Yeahs have pushed themselves to new heights on Mosquito.
“The whole general thing is one long daze, and that’s waking up.” – Kurt Vile
Overgrown is not the enigma that was his debut, but rather it is a very good album from a musician that isn’t all that interested in being enigmatic.