Guy Maddin has created a weird little movie with a golden heart.
The Vibration take what worked in The Cranberries and Sleater-Kinney and throw in a little Björk as well.
Sugihara’s struggles feel wholly real and believable, which makes the film’s final scenes of reconciliation all the more rewarding and powerful.
This self-titled album certainly represents a much-needed step in the right direction, displaying a newfound confidence and sense of freedom.
Oysterhead challenges the curse of the rock band fusion and comes out on top, smiling toothy grins.
There’s no denying that ‘Light a Match and Burn It Slowly’ is full of finely-crafted, emotive folk-tinged pop.
The album has some obvious flaws, but is still beautiful and arresting.
Havalina’s classic Russian folk-inspired album is available for download now.
Part of me is thrilled to hear an album this brilliantly bitter.
The most emotional and affecting Pan-American album to date.
As lovely as Atone’s sounds are, there’s a sense that the songs lack a real focus.
All 5 of the CD’s songs move at a pace that would make “glacial” seem hasty.
Codename: Dustsucker represents a stunning return to form for the band.
An elegant, atmospheric album of melancholy, rainy day pop that’s packed with emotion and beauty.