The 50 greatest albums of the 1950s, as picked by yours truly. Continue reading The 50 Greatest Albums of the 1950s
Hello dear readers,
For those of you who were wondering, I’ll be looking to pick up the pace on several of my unfinished “projects” in the coming weeks. Continue reading “The Sopranos recap updates”
Meg Remy effortlessly combines art and pop.
Grade: A- Continue reading In a Poem Unlimited – U.S. Girls
Will Toledo re-records one of his earliest albums, creating a new record entirely.
Grade: A- Continue reading Twin Fantasy – Car Seat Headrest
Two new albums that you should not listen to.
Grades for each: D- Continue reading A pair of duds – 6ix9ine and Necrophobic
Another fine, fine record from Kendrick Lamar (and friends).
Grade: A- Continue reading Black Panther – Kendrick Lamar
Despite my reservations about this group, this may be MGMT’s best.
Grade: B Continue reading Little Dark Age – MGMT
Reviewing an inconsequential metal record in a complex, half-baked philosophical candor.
Grade: B Continue reading Posthuman – Harm’s Way
Still doing their thang.
Grade: B Continue reading I Like Fun – They Might Be Giants
Once again, Franz Ferdinand is late to the revival.
Grade: C+ Continue reading Always Ascending – Franz Ferdinand
A compilation of this underrated band’s 2017 singles.
Grade: A- Continue reading Sweet ’17 Singles – Twin Peaks
A man of privilege is rarely a man of the woods.
Grade: C+ Continue reading Man of the Woods – Justin Timberlake
The latest from the prolific Ty Segall is more of the same. For those accustomed to his genre exercises, is that a bad thing?
Grade: B+ Continue reading Freedom’s Goblin – Ty Segall