Listeners can be forgiven for approaching Brandon Flowers’s sophomore solo album with fairly low expectations.
While seemingly an odd choice for an album title, it’s indicative of the classic-soul approach applied to the outstanding introductory effort.
Jamie xx rose to prominence as a member of British postpunk trio the xx, with whom the beatmaker honed his signature style of icy, ultraminimal production.
It is difficult to pinpoint when, exactly, Muse became a stupendous joke.
If At.Long.Last.A$AP had tightened things up with some judicious editing, the album would have held up a lot better.
Don’t go thinking they’ve sold out. Tough Age has simply improved.
On Tidalwave, it sounds like the Backhomes had no trouble getting to the top.
The tunes are lacking, but the arrangements kill.
Three of the four members of Supermoon used to play in the short-lived local act Movieland, but even though this is a new project, the sound isn’t that much different.
Darkwave diva Nikki Nevver is tugging at your heartstrings.