( ) by Sigur Rós (Review)
Compared to the celestial heights that Ágætis Byrjun strove for, ( ) feels remarkably restrained. But in its own way, far more ambitious.
Amore Del Tropico by The Black Heart Procession (Review)
The expansion of their sound gives the Procession room to grow and breathe in previously impossible directions.
sSirena by Cousteau (Review)
While the group’s music may not take the heartbreak away, it sure makes it easier to take.
The Creek Drank the Cradle by Iron And Wine (Review)
Sam Beam is a poet, plain and simple.
Hard Candy by Counting Crows (Review)
When all is said and done, the band seems happy to continue with the success that they have enjoyed so far.
No More Shall We Part by Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds (Review)
No More Shall We Part is the best album of 2001.
The Blade by Tsui Hark (Review)
Tsui Hark takes the oldest of kung fu movie clichés — that is, avenging your murdered father — and distills it to its rawest essence.
Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion by Hideaki Anno (Review)
More than anything else, Evangelion’s focus is on the hopes and dreams of its characters, as well as their fears and weaknesses, and their attempts to overcome them.