Category: CD Reviews
By: Robyn Welsh, Publishing Editor Wet’s sophomore album Still Run skillfully toys with a vagueness that leaves listeners craving emotional depth while simultaneously giving them the opportunity to project their own experiences onto the...
Whether it’s a matter of content or subgenres, A Tribe Called Red’s We Are the Halluci Nation creates consistent bombardments of visceral hybrids throughout its 50-minute runtime.
Featuring an eclectic mix of various Indigenous folk, rock and country artists, Native North America, Vol 1. is a trip back in time to some of the most important aboriginal artists from 1966 – 1985.
Montreal art-rockers Ought have had a whirlwind few years. Finding success with 2014’s More than Any Other Day (still one of the best albums to come out of the recent post-punk revival) and a mid-quality solo record from vocalist Tim Darcy, it’s sad to announce their latest doesn’t quite live up to the hype.
The thought of having Kendrick Lamar at the helm of making an album of music from and inspired by the new Black Panther movie was exciting.
As the world of music shifts even deeper into that of over-production, it says something that Neutral Milk Hotel’s In The Aeroplane Over the Sea is still held in reverence.