A stylish hitman film that deserves a much better ending.
If gothic music lived up to it’s name this is what it would sound like.
If you’re familiar with Plone or Boards of Canada, you should know what to expect from David.
With some better production and a larger label, Narcoleptic could do very well for themselves.
Timonium is adept at playing music in which silence and space is as much an instrument as the guitar or drums.
My first impression of Soviet’s sound was a mixture of Depeche Mode and Devo.
Easton isn’t doing anything mind-blowing here. He’s just very adept at penning good songs, musically and lyrically.
It’s lounge music for the common kid. It’s a jazzy emo-pop.
They’re a rock band intent on ripping the entrails out of their Korgs, producing the skronkiest, bleepiest sounds they can — and getting booties to shake and bodies to move across the land.
There’s a depth, often dark and mysterious, that flows around the base of each song.
At times you wonder how much of High Risk is poking fun at Jackie Chan and how much of it is savage satire.
Mojave 3 has gone for a starker acoustic sound that’s stripped down, sparse, and surprisingly more inviting.
This is cinematic frosting… all sweet and sugary, but ultimately fluff.