Ass-kicking rock n’ roll from Spain’s Layabouts. Not sure why we reviewed this, but hey, why the hell not.
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London, Paris, Condale, Munich. Everybody’s talking about Summer Camp‘s pop music. Well, not everybody. But they should.
Sizzling psyche-pop debut from San Francisco three-piece Wet Illustrated. A little Feelies, a little Sonic Youth.
It’s October. Why are we reviewing Christmas albums in October? Why She & Him? Why?
Wilco — “They’ve solidified themselves as the greatest American band playing today, possibly of all time”.
Work (Work, Work) is the sound of HTRK collecting themselves after tragedy and loss. A difficult time creates a difficult album.
Sweet jangle pop outta New Jersey and more than likely the only Real Estate we’ll ever purchase… (sad but true).
Blitzen Trapper brings to mind somebody hunting down reindeer. This has nothing to do with the music.
Ex-Bauhaus frontman Peter Murphy returns with his first new solo album in 7 years, proving that there’s still life in the old goth.