Reviews - Page 132

Review: Orange Goblin, ‘A Eulogy For The Damned’

Weed? Check. Sabbath tape? Blasting. PCP and porno? Arm's reach. Let's do this!
Kory Grow / February 17, 2012

Review: Tolouse Low Trax, ‘Jeidem Fall’

Kreidler psycho-geographer maps tribal frug to factory chug. Like tar-pit steampunk, sticky and slow.
Philip Sherburne / February 17, 2012

Review: Dustin Wong, ‘Dreams Say, View, Create, Shadow Leads’

The one-man Battles creates his most uplifting dots-and-loops guitar symphony yet.
Christopher R. Weingarten / February 17, 2012

Review: Fucked Up, ‘Year Of The Tiger’ 12″

Side A, note-perfect Tears For Fearsian Hughes flick hardcore; Side B, monotonous post-rock slog…
Christopher R. Weingarten / February 17, 2012

Review: Rising, ‘To Solemn Ash’

Danish version of Georgia sludge, wherein High On Fire brawn meets its bubblegunk match in KISS-ready harmonies.
Christopher R. Weingarten / February 17, 2012

Review: Esperanza Spalding, ‘Radio Music Society’

Singing bassist jumpstarts jazz-pop with A-list accompanists, buttery chops, sunny disposish.
Richard Gehr / February 17, 2012

Review: Shearwater, ‘Animal Joy’

Jonathan Meiburg's first LP post-Lost Arc boasts indie-rock bombast done well. Booms, kabooms, and quivers.
David Bevan / February 16, 2012

Review: Young Magic, ‘Melt’

Out percussion, global found sounds gun for acoustic dance music. Animal Collective's long tail wags.
Julianne Escobedo Shepherd / February 16, 2012

Review: Oren Ambarchi, ‘Audience Of One’

Drone-obsessed submarine pilot drifts sideways into doom-jazz, minimal rock ecstasy, Ace Frehley covers.
Christopher R. Weingarten / February 16, 2012

Review: Loops of Your Heart, ‘And Never Ending Nights’

The Field's new, meta-alias says it all—cosmic pulse, mind/body union, Ouroboros bliss.
Philip Sherburne / February 16, 2012

Review: Goatwhore, ‘Blood For The Master’

Not even a deal with the Devil could save these NOLA black meddlers from samey-ness.
Kory Grow / February 16, 2012

Review: Busdriver, ‘Beaus$Eros’

Weird electro-ballads and tongue-twister raps increasingly leave harsh taste. But "Picking Band Names" is funny.
Mosi Reeves / February 16, 2012

Review: Various Artists, ‘Kitsune Parisien II’

Stargazing electro-pop for twee dance floors straight via Cut Copy circa 2006. In a good way.
Puja Patel / February 15, 2012

Review: Tennis, ‘Young and Old’

Patrick Carney’s lightly-scuffed production and rhythmic mojo help define these vaguely retro guitar-pop lilters.
David Marchese / February 15, 2012
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