Usually demo sets have a distinct low fidelity quality to them, but Ryli’s set of demos doesn’t suffer from this, and the average listener might not even think it was produced art the artist’s home. The Demo is a collection of fun, not-quite ambient rock songs which come in both lyrical and instrumental varieties.
Those sad little Danish boys are at it again, and after an album as epic as And The Glass Handed Kites it was easy to get excited about what Mew would do next. This record isn’t quite as epic as their last, and not nearly as poppy as the ones that came before, but still [...]
Written by Steve
The Midway State, like many bands before them, released an EP with a sampling of what to expect from their upcoming album. Met A Man On Top Of The Hill is their first official studio produced release, offering that glimpse into their music. There are four songs on the EP, and the title [...]
Written by Almightyseancore
Oh great, another indie rock supergroup, with a self titled album, no less. The band consists of Conor Oberst (Bright Eyes/Desaparecidos/Mystic Valley Band), Jim James (My Morning Jacket), M. Ward (M. Ward/She And Him) and Mike Mogis (Bright Byes, and lots of production work, including The Gloria Record, and most Saddle-Creek bands). From [...]
Now here is a record not many people have heard, not that that is neither a good or a bad thing. This record is much like Pink Floyd’s “Atom Heart Mother” in the sense that the band refuses to acknowledge its existence. It was recorded when the band was less than a year old, and [...]