Tagged: cd reviews

Album Review: Thundercat – Drunk

By: Timotheus G. Hinton Oh Stephen Bruner, how much I love you. As usual, Thundercat’s bass work is phenomenal. He lays down some crazy stuff on this thing, but it’s more toned back and...

Album Review: HOMESHAKE – Fresh Air

Review by Megan Cimmerer It’s impressive that HOMESHAKE can whip out a third studio album that echoes the style of the first two without feeling repetitive. The ex Mac Demarco guitarist is nailing some...

Album Review: Sacred Paws – Strike a Match

By: Johanna Sima Strike A Match, the debut album from the London/Glasgow-based band Sacred Paws is an intricate collection of sounds. Band members Eilidh Rodgers and Rachel Aggs pair their back-and-forth vocals with West...

Album Review: Xiu Xiu – Forget

By: Thomas Troyan Xiu Xiu has never been predictable. Despite having their own sound the band, led by Jamie Stewart, has always been able to make each release distinct. Following up last years “Plays...

Album Review: Bonobo – Migration

By: Connor Murray I classify this album as a “power album”. The fluctuation in tempo and tone in the track listing keep the mind guessing and on pace to complete whatever task presented in...