Category Archives: Album Review

Kelis – Food

Artist: Kelis Album: Food Label: Ninja Tune/IRIS Release Date: 4/18/14 Clean: All Indecencies: None To cook a meal and share it with someone is both a good will gesture and an act of faith. It requires intimacy, both … Read More >

Perfect Pussy – Say Yes To Love

Perfect Pussy: Say Yes to Love     Label: Captured Tracks Genre: Rock Punk doesn’t usually present itself as headphones music. With some exception, it’s not a producer’s genre. Punk gives short shrift to polish and studio trickery. For … Read More >

St. Vincent – St. Vincent

With the amount of bands and artists available at our fingertips in the digital age, it can be hard to hear someone and think to yourself, ‘now there’s a distinct sound.’ Luckily, there will always be artists, no, trailblazers, … Read More >

Broken Bells Album Review

Broken Bells, made up of producer-extraordinaire Danger Mouse and Shins songwriter/leading man James Mercer, return with a new album After the Disco, which improves on the sound of their 2010 self-titled collaboration. The album makes better use of … Read More >

Bill Callahan’s Dream River Review

An album cover, sometimes slapped on for the aesthetic shock (Amorica) or minimized as unnecessary (Yeezus), can (and, arguably, should) serve as a sort-of tell all of an artist’s intentions for their collection of songs. A few years … Read More >

Porcelain Raft – Permanent Signal

Before I start this review, I will preface by saying I am unfamiliar with this band’s first album, which may affect the overall timbre and perspective I take in my review. Looking into them, I know songwriter/singer Mauro … Read More >