- Music Reviews
- September 24, 2021
Gestureland (GMG/King Baby). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
Our Love to Admire (Capitol). Review by Jen Cray.
Ultra Payloaded (Columbia). Review by Jen Cray.
Tatterdemalion (Stonegarden Records). Review by Sean Slone.
Sins (Novoton). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Melody Mountain (Rune Grammofon). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Lion The Girl (New Line). Review by Jen Cray.
Before the Design Republic, before even 4AD’s Vaughan Oliver / v23, there was Peter Saville and Factory Records. The history of music and design is filled with intersections, and Matthew Moyer considers none to be as seminal as this.
She Wants Revenge (Geffen/Flawless Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
The Lights Went Up (Scenery). Review by Aaron Shaul.
New York’s Night Kills The Day draw influence from bands like Depeche Mode, the Cure and Pink Floyd. Their debut full length release, The Study of Man… And the Developed Shadow, is set for a March 2007 release on Score Records. Jen Cray spoke with bassist Timothy Falzone about his band that appears to be sitting on the doorstep of success.
Monument to the Masses (Virgin). Review by Jen Cray.
Bloc Party cancelled the rest of their US tour opening for Panic! At The Disco after drummer Matt Tong was hospitalized for treatment of a collapsed lung. Jen Cray managed to catch the band’s Orlando show, the night before the medical trauma.
Entomology (Domino). Review by Rob Levy.
Summerbirds In The Cellar represent the best of the blossoming Orlando music scene. A band that defies strict categorization, flocks of Central Florida’s music connoisseurs, including Jen Cray, crammed into Will’s Pub to celebrate the release of the limited edition vinyl release of their debut album.
Vessel States (Jagjaguwar). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Church Point, LA (Mattress Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
La Societe Nouvelle (Hybris). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Twins (). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Who has the courage to not only cover the Cure’s immortal New Wave prom classic “Just Like Heaven,” but also name her CD after New Order’s equally beloved “Bizarre Love Triangle”? Kyrby Raine talks to San Francisco’s Charlotte Summer.
December [Reissue] (Words On Music). Review by Aaron Shaul.