The latest studio album by famed punk/disco group Blondie stays with you. After dutifully absorbing the 46 minutes of confusion and sheer awkwardness, one would hope that the memory of such an experience would perish from your mind.
Ten years after her linear breakthrough, The Reminder, Feist forges a masterpiece that wanders and marauds more than soars and illuminates.
The highly anticipated and hyped Gorillaz album Humanz gained even more clarity with the release of “Let Me Out”, the fifth single to be released by the UK project since the end of March.
Aimee Mann’s previous eight releases were a frustrating mirage of beauty. Though certainly effective and noteworthy in their substance, many critics claimed that the singer/songwriter was producing in the shadows of musicians much greater.
The Jesus and Mary Chain have redefined the subgenre known as noise pop. Before their arrival to the semi-mainstream, the idea of fusing both noise rock and pop rock was an idea whispered about in basements and garages, but never acted on or partied to at bars and festivals.