Eleven Continents by Ryan Francesconi, Lili De La Mora (Review)
This music is full of embellishment while sounding neither gaudy nor ostentatious.
Hot Fuzz by Edgar Wright (Review)
Consider it the filmic equivalent of a bacon double cheeseburger with a big side of greasy fries.
Rumskib by Rumskib (Review)
Shoegazer pop that proves to be far more affecting and infectious than one might initially think.
The Sinner’s Prayer
Familiarity can turn even beautiful things, like the sinner’s prayer, into trite cliché.
Drums and Guns by Low (Review)
One of the best albums of 2007 so far, as well as one of the best albums of Low’s career.
The Otherly Opus by Joy Electric (Review)
Ronnie Martin’s antediluvian history concept record takes even the most familiar of Biblical tales and puts a newly poignant spin on them.