There’s a haunting quality to the late Nimrod Workman’s voice.
Skeletal Lamping expands on Of Montreal’s more recent electro-heavy sound, similar to last year’s monumental release, Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer?
Vic Chesnutt and Elf Power? What is this? Some experiment putting “old” in a room with “new”?
This review has been a real bitch for me to write for one reason: How do you discuss two discs of unabashed retro-shoegaze without comparing the band to
Flying Lotus is the nom de plume of Steven Ellison, a name you don’t know, although you know his music.
Lee loves hip-hop. It’s apparent in every syllable of his debut album.
Chrissie Hynde and her latest lineup have taken a career turn remarkably similar to R.E.M.
For those who enjoy frolicking guitar riffs, lengthy instrumental solos, rhythmic, bouncy melodies and soulful vocals with a side of pleasant harmonies, look no further.
The average person’s knowledge of traditional Celtic and Irish music doesn’t extend too far beyond Riverdance and The Pogues.
Byrne and Eno describe the (so far) online-only Everything That Happens Will Happen Today as “electronic gospel.” It couldn’t sound more different than My Life in the Bu