We sat down the founder of Velvet Blue Music to discuss music, new releases, and why music is trash.
The album’s goofiness undercuts the band’s attempts to explore deeper, more relevant themes.
It felt so refreshing to see a band perform that was so absolutely devoid of irony and hipster chic.
It’s one thing for dreams to inspire music, but quite another for music to inspire a dream while you’re still awake.
The Ministry of Archers feels like a throwback to past Joy Electric efforts like We Are The Music Makers and Five Stars For Failures.
Hush Collector has built for themselves a very solid foundation, and hopefully, it’s just a sign of even better things to come.
A gentle and thoughtfully ambient sound that always seems to remain a welcome and warming listen.
This may be my least favorite Studio Ghibli film to date.
Lake Trout shatters through the obvious comparisons, attaining a lofty sound all their own.
Intended as a soundtrack for one of the most (in)famous exploitation films of all time, there’s very little that feels exploitative about this.
This could’ve been a compelling EP but it’s an overlong and thinly-stretched full-length.
It often seems as if an amazing sense of style is all that “A Bittersweet Life” has going for it.