It’s an intense experience, and not one you’ll soon forget.
A concept album that reveals the lives of the supposedly righteous for the moral travesties they really are.
A little slice of Americana right there in your stereo, albeit one that’s dimly lit and sorrowful.
Criticizing John Ringhofer for making strange music is pointless because it’s obvious he has no intent to do otherwise.
90% of this comp is filled with beautiful, lo-fi treasures.
Like a set of old, grainy family photographs you stumble across, not so much comforting as haunting.
The album’s at its best when the music is more atmospheric and cinematic.
Badly Drawn Boy seems to look for any excuse to break the conventional song set-up.
A collection of stark, regretful vignettes of longing, loneliness, broken dreams, and haunting memories.
Echo Orbiter have made a good record that uses a lot of old tricks, but in relatively new ways.
A nice EP offering 3 quite different tracks.
Mark Protus goes from hard rock to country without flinching.
Oar is a spectacular achievement of truth and beauty, an example of raw emotion reduced to its purest form.
Perhaps Radiohead’s most intense, experimental, and unconventional album to date.
Like both the albums that preceded it, Neu! 75 offers what are at times, frustrating glimpses of possibilities.
Songs in a Northern Key shows an artist at the height of his powers.
Unfortunately, the album lacks the tunes to keep up with its masterful lyrics.