Folklore further cements 16 Horsepower’s reputation as one of the most original and vital acts in the world today.
Mann has a definite gift in being able to capture a complex event in a couple of well-placed phrases.
My Education’s greatest asset is their ability to balance their quiet and loud sides, pouring equal time and detail into both.
With obvious nods to groups like Vigilantes of Love, Over the Rhine, and Counting Crows, Set On Edge’s music has its base in rock n’ roll.
Music this simple, yet powerfully affecting, does not get made very often.
The Billions have another album of unabashed pop full of clever arrangements, simple yet poignant lyrics, and joy.
I strongly recommend this album to anyone who would like to ease into bluegrass or folk music.
Raft of Dead Monkeys is one band that must be heard at some point in this fruitful life of ours.
A considerable step in the right direction for Sunday’s Best.
Sad to see a Swedish band so completely copy every facet of American punk rock as to be utterly indistinguishable.
Listening to the album’s strong moments, there’s no reason for this to be a 20 song, 73 minute epic.
It’s a little punk (but not too much), with some safe mall emo, a cheeky ’80s glam-rock solo or two that Weezer rejected, and plenty of studio sheen.