The LP epitomizes Son Lux’s electronic sound and encompasses what they hope to achieve in the future.
It’s a funny thing; four years have passed and I’m not sure anymore whether Pedro the Lion’s music is even good.
Is it a metaphor for sex, or did Black Francis’s car just run out of gas? There will never be an answer.
‘The Healing Component’ loses its memorability in Jenkins’ discography, a worrying effect for a debut.
Banks’s voice has truly developed; on The Altar, she explores her boundaries to their fullest potential.
The best moments of ‘22, A Million’ are when Bon Iver can combine the bluster of their new instruments with the quiet force they previously perfected.
There’s a small canon of recent rock songs that continue to be beloved by everybody, but that canon seems to end around 2006.
However hard we try to forget him, Wagner’s musical influence is inexorable.
‘Care’ can simultaneously be satisfactory and/or frustratingly unapologetic.
Devendra Banhart’s new album, Ape in Pink Marble, is an easy, luscious ride.