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A Half-Time Look At Webcuts Top 11 Of 2011

It hasn’t been an amazing year for music, but surely an entertaining one. Lots of new acts jockeying for position amongst the wily veterans, and plenty of debate even as early as June over love ‘em-or hate ‘em titles such as King of Limbs and James Blake’s eponymous debut and where they belong in the year’s final canonization of greats. Honestly, I can’t remember a year in recent memory when I’ve found so many hyped records I’ve disliked or been entirely disinterested in. Cults? Pass. Tyler, The Creator? Garbage. The saviors from musical banality have consistently been experienced groups who know what they’re doing and get praised for their music and not being arrested in LA and starting riots.

Odawas – Into the Blue with Michael Tapscott (2009)

The Blue Depths which focussed on ambient old school synths and majestic, dreamy mood-scapes yielded great dividends resulting in Odawas' most cohesive album to date. We recently spoke to Michael Tapscott about the beautiful depths of The Blue Depths, the Odawa live experience including SXSW, soundtracks and the mystery of the sea.

By | 2015-08-11T02:21:07+00:00 June 16th, 2009|Categories: Interviews|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

Various Artists – Dark Was The Night

North America's finest show their charitable side with this awe-inspiring collection. Just call it "No Alternative Part 2".

Webcuts Top 25 Albums of 2008

Ladies and gentlemen, the envelope please! Webcuts favourite albums of 2008 as argued and fought over by us, including star-studded appearances from Beach House, My Morning Jacket, Fleet Foxes, Nick Cave, Santogold, Okkervil River and many more...

My Morning Jacket – Evil Urges

Rough Trade, 2008 [rating:7.5/10] Never has a record so wrong-footed me like Evil Urges has. Louisville's My Morning Jacket were always a band with broad influences in their sound. 2005's Z was the strongest indication that their fret-tapping southern rock roots had run their course. Playing a solo show in London to promote the album,

By | 2009-02-28T05:33:11+00:00 June 20th, 2008|Categories: Album Reviews|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments