Archive for Category: "Review"
Two Hours Traffic have undoubtedly produced a solid, pop record, but one that, sadly, is no more than just that
With an expanded line-up and new location it will undoubtedly continue to go from strength to strength in the coming years
PSB take sampling to another level, adding on the one hand the jazz-infused drums of Wrigglesworth, and on the other an intricate net of banjo, guitars and electronic instruments.
It is a bold move and an unprecedented one; this might be the first Gallagher-related release where the act has been nudged out its zone of comfort.
It takes the listener places he has never been before, and produces deep-seated reactions throughout. It is entirely new and exciting. Field in Reeds is a complete success on all levels
The expanded line up of synths, drums and female backing vocals free his tracks from the limits of bedroom production and create a more refined sense of dread.
It’s been a masterful performance, and one that will sound fantastic when booming around the country’s arenas, which is surely where it will take them
Big Deal take the intricate tsunami of lo-fi metallic guitar fuzz to another level, collapsing into it, in order to find refuge behind that unfathomable wall of sound
“QOTSA still have the swagger, but where they once ploughed out into what seemed like virgin territory, it now feels they are treading a well-worn path…”
Not enough has emerged to be able to pinpoint whether MS MR are the real deal or predictable bullshit. One thing’s for sure though, they’re pretty MOR
Crystal Fighters have one of the top albums of the summer, and possibly even of all 2013, so there can be no doubt that they got it right…even if it did take them almost three years