Symfonia-Live in Bulgaria 2013 is a good listen of a great band at the later part of their life.
San Francisco’s “electro noire” pop duo no:carrier unleashes their latest Broken Rainbow: Ballads for an Apocalyptic World…and it is quite the blipping, synth farting, dripping-sound unleashing.
Adam Bonomo, (the architect of the band here) playing piano/organ and singing, and Andrew Renfroe on guitar, make up the nucleus of alternative-folk duo and Brooklyn-based BONOMO. Their new 7-song CD Phases presents a very well-reasoned bunch of songs, showcasing exactly what this group is about…solid songwriting, good production and smart playing.
Run the Jewels Run the Jewels 3 (Run the Jewels, Inc.) The current hip-hop chart-topping duo was inspired to name itself after […]
A mournful piano plays into a chunky beat and synth melody line on “Slow Drawn/Feeling In My Heart,” the opener to Eric Frisch’s new Music Under The Sea. From a doubled vocal to some sweet guitar noodling to even a spoken middle part of this love song, one is quickly taken along on the personal and singular vision of this CD.
I really should just give you four words for my review of Mike Oldfield’s new Return To Ommadawn…Holy Mother Of God!
Opening with a slicing punk slap verse and harmony-chorused vocal of “Anatomy of a Crush,” we are well on our way with Guy Grogan’s latest, Glitter in the Gears.
The Flaming Lips Oczy Mlody (Warner Bros.) The Flaming Lips have evolved into quite a number of incarnations over their 34 years together […]
Ryan Adams: Prisoner