Reviews

Darkthrone: F.O.A.D.

If you had to pick a black metal band to party with, you’d be foolish to choose anyone but Darkthrone. Just going through F.O.A.D., with cuts like the “Canadian Metal,” (awesome) “Raised On Rock” (awesome) and ... Read More...

Bob Dylan: Dylan

Let’s begin by establishing the fact that the music on this three CD set is essential. There can be no argument on that point. What can be discussed is whether this particular collection is required. After all,... Read More...

Witchcraft: The Alchemist

There’s something awfully sophisticated in the reserve that Witchcraft manage to maintain over the course of a song. The simplicity helps, but there’s something so gripping about the poise Magnus Pellander and ... Read More...
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Aesop Rock @ Irving Plaza

NEW YORK, NY—Definitive Jux must be on top of the world right now. When the label started out in 1999 as the newest fish in the relatively obscure pond of underground hip hop, it didn’t seem likely that their r... Read More...
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