After the interview, a few things were certain: These guys are the real deal, and they really like music.
'Oblivion' feels like the efforts of a man struggling in vain to swim against a current that’s leaving him behind
The funk is still there, but Vulfpeck’s laidback, do-it-yourself style seems slightly diminished. But that isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
For the most part, 'Everyday is Christmas' is filled with tracks that fall just short of truly memorable.
With 'reputation,' this old Taylor is dead, but the identity of this new Taylor is unclear
She seems witch-like, but almost more powerful than that, as the chant-like verses continue into thumping chorus after chorus.
On “Charisma,” lead vocalist Kyle Durfey has traded in the pensive, withdrawn tone that was used on much of Keep You for an outward, observant sound, mirrored in the track’s lyricism.
But further than being able to judge an album’s genre from its cover art, can we make any assumptions on the quality of the album?
Our whole disposable capitalist culture is obsessed with novelty and progress. Is a value system based on the newness of music really as countercultural as I think it is?
The song is definitely emotional, but it is more a feeling of celebration than anything else.