Albums

Asra: The Way Of All Flesh

Many of today’s Relapse spazcore kids forget that grindcore wasn’t always one long blast beat. Back when Napalm Death were freaking out over Discharge, the violent new sound was equal parts blasting insanity, h...

Opeth: Watershed

Opeth got difficult. Not to say that this band was easy before. A growling death metal band has never been the most accessible thing to digest, but Opeth, progressive as they are, could be very straightforwa...

The Fave: Tomorrow’s June

Since the 1980s Hoboken has been well known as the home for alternative bands like The Feelies, The Bongos, The Cucumbers, and Yo La Tengo. What the Mile Square City isn’t known for is straight-up rock and roll...

Dizzee Rascal: Maths + English

With his third album, Maths + English, British rapper Dizzee Rascal provides an eclectic mix of tracks, with everything from the humorous to the more aggressive tones. Although sometimes hard to decipher the l...

Jamie Lidell: Jim

Do you remember that first real day of spring a couple of weeks ago? You know, the sun was out, and the chill was gone from the air. You went outside in a t-shirt for the first time in months. Well that was the...

Gregor Samsa: Rest

With a feeling similar to Mùm, Eno’s Music For Films period, or whatever super-consonant ambient act you best identify with, Rest is an audio haze, like trying to make out the terrain of a foggy valley from ...

Guapo: Elixirs

British instrumental act Guapo, now dwindled down to two members following the departure of their bassist in 2005, have seemed a bit quiet since 2004’s Black Oni. But in truth, they weren’t, recording this albu...

Head Of Femur: Great Plains

You have to give Head Of Femur credit for sticking to their guns. Whatever it is they’re trying to do, that goal definitely doesn’t include selling records, and for that alone they are to be commended. Head Of ...
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