What we have here is merely a taste, and I, for one, am left wanting much more.
Stellarscope do a fine, fine job of blending the atmospherics inherent to the genre with a nice pop sensibility.
Nausicaä Of The Valley Of The Wind is worth watching if only to give one a much better context in which to appreciate Miyazaki’s movies.
K.C. Accidental perfectly straddles the line between Do Make Say Think and Broken Social Scene.
There’s hardly a minute on the disc that isn’t awash with blackened waves of drone and drift, eerie scrapings and ringings, and whatnot.
Forgettable, obviously churned out to fill a niche, and reeking of assembly line workmanship.
This is a perfectly crafted CD, both in packaging and in craft.
Palm is just rocking out as far as Asian movie releases go.
The album often lacks focus, resulting in a disc that is just as spotty and uneven as its predecessor.
K-Os, in a gentle, nasal flow of intelligent lyrics, reminds his listeners of the true roots of hip-hop.
Few bands convey the dreariness of the colder seasons, as well as the wistfulness for something better as well as Hood does.
Hood updates their pastoral post-rock with glitchy electronics and Anticon hip-hop to create a compelling wintry sound.
Gantz is positioned as a dark, nihilistic story about mankind’s darker nature. That doesn’t mean it’s any good.
An entirely logical, if sometimes sorely flawed, follow-up to Wong Kar Wai’s In the Mood for Love.