An album full of uplifting pop rock songs that are some of the best and most listenable in recent memory.
It is quite a little oddity but what a beautiful oddity it is.
There’s not one mediocre song on the CD, and it’s amazingly consistent and organic.
Combines hip hop-infused slam poetry with a mellowed-out post-rock rhythm section and a classical guitarist.
Overall, Suffrajett wins more points for style than substance, but it’s likely they wouldn’t have it any other way.
There’s a genuine soul residing in this music, a gentle presence that is always welcome.
Even if you finish the episode a little confused on the plot (and you will), you’ll still be blown away by the episode’s visuals.
Cowboy Bebop: The Movie is easily one of the most entertaining movies I’ve seen all year, easily holding its own with any of the big summer blockbusters.
Holy crap… did I just use “fun, funky vibe” to describe a Kranky release?
Takes Darla’s signature drum n’ bliss sound and gives it a healthy and heartfelt upgrade.
The album’s ultimate saving grace is the production, perfectly sculpted to bring out the strengths of each song.
Watch for the next release, when the heartache is mended and the mighty warrior emerges.
They continue to challenge, change, and transform themselves into what best fulfills their artistic predilections.
The music is effective in creating pleasantly impressionistic moods, but it seems like there should be more.
An incredible reminder of just how awesome, unique, and influential The Cure has been over the past 20+ years.