This is an album of both fictional and non-fictional characters throughout their journey called life.
The film is unashamedly pro-American, but there are some scenes that are downright subversive.
Largely adrift in a sea of pleasant but largely forgettable sound.
Shades of Blue is smooth, no doubt about that. So smooth, in fact, that it barely leaves any impression.
Less electronic than Mus’ previous albums, the acoustic-oriented El Naval still has plenty of merit.
Simply put, there are colorful, magical, vibrant little worlds contained within these songs.
Yet another solid release from one of the most consistent groups of musicians currently working in North America.
Brandtson is back and have finally released an album where Myk Porter sings on-key.
There’s a sense of wonder here, as if these songs were composed by starry-eyed children inspired by their first planetarium visit.
What the band has created is an album of 14 very different pop songs, and damn good ones at that.
The songs have an experimental, unpredictable feel to them but never lose their listenability or catchiness.
Yokota’s compositions allow me to regain a sense of serenity and composure.