Let the masses have their Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. I’ll take Duel to the Death any day.
Sleeps With The Fishes is adept at taking what should be morose music and converts it into something resplendent.
These songs are pure filigree, the musical equivalent of rococo art, completely concerned with ornamentation and flourish.
Forbidden Love is a hopeful sign that the band’s new album this fall will be just as resonant.
Overall this album is fantastic and it’s a great pity that it’s only a limited release.
There’s no doubt that there will be drum and bass/jungle fans that will eat World Domination up.
The sound of a great technical group squeezing every last valid bit of amusement from a synthetic sound.
Although clearly influenced by bands such as Limp Bizkit and Rage Against the Machine, he remains a one-man show.
Set yourself the easier task of locating the only good British weirdo album of the “grunge” era.
While the visuals are inventive, don’t expect much from the dialogue and story, no matter how universal.
A monolithic album that must be appreciated for its sheer breadth and scope, and moments of heart-wrenching beauty.
As for actually sitting and listening through the entire album… though it is quite beautiful, this could be intimidating.
This album is intensely both weird and cool.
LN’s latest contains the patented VBM brand of breathy, melancholy love songs.
An abrasive, tuneful pop-punk-rock collision that works because of the band’s talent and ability.
At the moment, it’s the most fascinating thing I’ve listened to in a long time.
Keoki’s sophomore album takes the best from the early ’90s rave scene and mixes it up with modern house layers.
It’s good for trance fans, but dance and electronica buffs may be less interested than if this was a truly great record.