All 12 songs here seem effortless in their catchiness and prettiness.
LN’s Gary Murray has pushed himself musically and explored a wider range of styles and sounds.
Featuring Freescha, Aarktica, Lowlights, Momus, The California Oranges, Crispy Ambulance, and more.
There’s something particularly endearing about her music that sets it apart from the rest of the female singer/songwriter group.
As great as Blisscent Records’ first comp was, this second volume easily surpasses it.
Lunatic, moonshine-fueled fun that sounds like it’s from the deepest, scariest depths of Appalachia (and not NYC).
Lexaunculpt was sort of an oddity in my recent CD purchases in that it was, for the most part, inorganic and harsh electronica.
The themes that Lanois weaves into his songs are what give Shine its true beauty and character.
Today’s concerts included Pedro the Lion, Questions In Dialect, and Joy Electric.
The overall feel I get from Sans Arc’s music is that of a person so indebted to their influences that it’s almost a hindrance.
Regardless of how much passion Noise Ratchet throws into their music, it still comes across as rather conventional and familiar.
A great introduction to Boards of Canada for those of a short attention span.