More Recent Reviews
June 7, 2013 By Michael Gardiner
A confident and assured follow-up, showcasing a group that is not afraid to cross genre-borders and cast aside the meek post-dubstep moniker.
June 6, 2013 By Patrick Widdess
Emorie’s debut album is pop and experimental, electronic and organic in equal parts.
June 4, 2013 By Adrian P.
Another new band from Critical Heights comes bearing nascent allure and strong signs of future importance; this time built around a well-designed wall of new-gaze sound.
May 30, 2013 By Michael Gardiner
Like their early 80s forefathers, Casual Sex makes nervy, unpolished art punk steeped in nostalgia.
After the best part of two decades away from visible active duty, erstwhile Mercury Rev co-founder David Baker returned in 2012 with his new electronically-slanted Variety Lights outfit. Nearly a year since the debut Variety Lights album, Baker was tracked-down in and around a recent UK tour with Peru Ubu, to share his candid and absorbing thoughts on his past, present and future activities.