Musick To Play In The Dark (Dais Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Sanctuary: The Complete Discography (Sacred Bones). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Nina (Graveface). Review by Matthew Moyer
Matthew Moyer unveils the secrets of this month’s 45 Grave.
The Switchblade Kid (Miss Molly Music). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Merchandise makes Gainesville, and Matthew Moyer, swoon like teenagers at an early ’90s Morrissey concert… and that’s a very, very good thing.
Astral Planes Drifter (Rainbow Pyramid). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Drawing Down The Moon cs (Housecraft). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Split Cassette (Rainbow Pyramid). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Heaven’s End/ Fade Out/ The World In Your Eyes/ A Gilded Eternity (Reactor/Revolver). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Fish Drive Edsels. Review by Matthew Moyer.
Tinsel and Lights (Merge Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
The question on Matthew Moyer’s mind, when checking out the trimmed-down version of Cult of Youth, was this: will they still be able to pull off the rich hues and near-psychedelic textures of this album? The answer: a resounding YES!
45 Grave is a monthly column dedicated to a physical music medium that is way too fun to go quietly into digital limbo, no matter how long its author suffers from a turkey coma.
The Best of Chet Baker (Riverside). Review by Matthew Moyer.
The Horror (Sacred Bones). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Flutes, leather vests on bare skin, werewolf songs, and kids on stage. It’s not your average recipe for a rock show, but then, as Matthew Moyer points out, Faun Fables is not a rock band.
Rosenkopf (Wierd). Review by Matthew Moyer.
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