Glitch Mob’s debut, Drink the Sea, was rich in atmosphere and although the tracks were a little too quirky for your average night club they had a unique character to them that pulled in the listener. Love Death Immorality, the electronic three-piece’s second album, seems to be a step in the wrong direction.
“A collection of profound and epic album reviews and musical articles by former astronaut and brain surgeon, Alasdair Kennedy. Reaching levels of poetry that rival Keats and Blake, the following reviews affirm Alasdair to be a prodigy, a genius and a god whose opinion is always objectively right. He is also without a doubt the most modest man in the universe.” - Alasdair Kennedy
Thursday, 27 February 2014
Friday, 21 February 2014
Review of "The Brink" by The Jezabels
Thursday, 20 February 2014
Review of "Civilia Demo" by Isaiah Rashad
Top Dawg Entertainment’s latest inductee shows off his versatility on this super-chill so-called “EP” (since when did a nearly-fifty-minute running time not constitute as a full album?).
Thursday, 6 February 2014
Review of "Benji" by Sun Kil Moon
At a glance, some of the track titles on this album – “I can’t live without my mum” and “I love my dad” – initially struck me as childish and soppy. However, this succinct openness swiftly reveals itself to be the thing that makes Benji so goddamn good.
Wednesday, 5 February 2014
Review of "So Long, See You Tomorrow" by Bombay Bicycle Club
So Long, See You Tomorrow is a vibrant, jaunty record buzzing with cosmopolitan sounds from all around the globe.
Tuesday, 4 February 2014
Review of "Rave Tapes" by Mogwai
This is my first encounter with Glaswegian post-rock group, Mogwai. I’ve never liked the term “post-rock” but because I don’t know how else to categorise this group I’ll roll with the term just this once.
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