I don’t usually get up before 5am, but when I do, it’s to watch The Cure perform their greatest album live.
A good reminder that The Cure really have released a mind-blowing amount of amazing music over the years.
Put simply, no album feels more like high school to me, for better or worse, than Wish.
Also: Marvel’s comic woes, revisiting ‘Code 46,’ an atheist biopic, pretentious movies, the Republicans’ pro-life fail, and living the Lego dream.
I daresay they’re some of the best material The Cure has produced in quite some time.
Even without the inevitable nostalgia, ‘Show’ captures a brilliant performance by a band at their zenith.
It took place on April 10, 1980 in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
Some thoughts on Pitchfork’s review of the reissue of The Cure’s Disintegration.
To celebrate the impending release of the Disintegration reissue, I’ve compiled a list of 12 of my favorite Cure songs.
The mopey, angst-ridden seventeen-year-old inside of me just got a lot mopier… in a good way.
This self-titled album certainly represents a much-needed step in the right direction, displaying a newfound confidence and sense of freedom.