Posts Tagged ‘album review’

Listen to Wondrous Bughouse HERE (courtesy of NPR First Listen) Trevor Power’s bedroom pop debut Year of Hibernation harnessed a character that was equal parts timidity and ambition.  A delicate conversation between simple piano hooks and distorted guitar, it’s scratchy lo-fi mix was as reserved as it’s narrator’s vocals, with Powers’ shy voice often beginning with a […]

Atoms For Peace : ‘Amok’

Posted: February 20, 2013 by Matthew Bailey in Loud Music
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Listen to ‘Amok’ HERE While brain storming expectations for the much anticipated debut album from Thom Yorke’s Atoms For Peace, there are a few tangibles to work with.  For one, we know the members – Yorke, Flea, Nigel Goodrich (Radiohead Producer), Joey Waronker (Beck) & Mauro Refosco (dope-ass name).  Additionally, we’ve had a few tracks […]

Do you long for an era where The Cure is still culturally relevant? Where black lipstick never goes out of style, mascara is worn religiously, and opaque finger nail polish is posh again? In a land where electro-pop falls in love with 80s darkwave, the distorted electronica created by the Aussie duo known as Wazu […]

Don’t Forget to Remember   Hey, hey, we’re the Monkees- is definitely not the music you are about to hear when you listen to Micky Dolenz’ newest album Remember. What you will hear is a magnificent collection of oldies, remixed and revamped. Micky brings these classic hits to a new light, and transforms them into […]

The Cake Is Best On Sea   The Sea And The Cake delights the world again with their latest album Runner. Their ever-evolving sound has passed the test of time, and captured the hearts of listeners worldwide. Though The Sea And The Cake has been becoming increasingly more pop sounding, their indie roots have kept […]

A New Familiar Song   Driving down the road on my way to work, I start switching stations trying to find something to listen to. A classic rock station comes in and “Stairway to Heaven” is playing and I am satisfied, because it is old and familiar (in addition to being a damn good song). […]

Sanctuarium From Reality   Sanctuarium is the first EP released by the duo known as Sacred Caves. It is a 4 track EP that is enchanting as well as amazing in it’s ability to make you feel like everything is okay. A little assurance that even though life isn’t the best, you can always enjoy […]

White Fang – Positive Feedback

Posted: July 13, 2012 by Rob Furlong in Loud Music
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Positive Feedback Is All You Get   Originating in Portland, Oregon, where grunge music has deep roots, White fang brings a poppy grunge experience to the indie music scene. Positive Feedback is their new EP that boasts a 14-track list, which would be gigantic, had the songs been longer than a minute and 44 seconds […]

             Founder of the Brooklyn based record label / super-villain collective, Trouble and Bass, Luca Venezia is no stranger music production. His alter ego, Drop the Lime, is known for his unique approach to throwing down tunes that are atypical from his peers. As Luca explains that this is his “first proper album”, it is […]

Lighting a Fire Under Your Feet By Ben Gonzalez There are certain artists which make us think, bands which make us question reality, and let’s all thank god that there are bands which just make us want to dance. Breakout artists Foster the People do just that in 2011’s Torches. Yes, “Pumped Up Kicks” is […]