4 Nov 2009, 04:31 by WeAREpanel
22 Jan 2008, 19:31 by eric_mo20) The Hermit Crabs — Saw You Dancing
If post-Dear Catastrophe Waitress Belle & Sebastian, Camera Obscura and Math & Physics Club had an own genre, Hermit Crabs would fit in it perfectly. But of course, it doesn't have the same appeal that Life Pursuit or Let's Get Out Of This Country had. They lack depth of organs and brasses and perhaps a better production that differentiates them. Yet, for a first full lenght, this is promising.
19) Jack Peñate — Matinee
Something like Arctic Monkeys meet Jack Johnson: standard pop music with interesting guitars.
18) Radiohead — In Rainbows
17) Panda Bear — Person Pitch
Overrated as hell, but they do have their moments.
16) The Field — From Here We Go Sublime
Differently from Caribou, The Field sometimes might just sound stupid with some of the excessive looping. Still, it has several good moments in which evolution within the songs is percepetible in subtle changes and details that, afterall, is what differentiates The Field from the rest.
26 Dec 2007, 22:09 by jaguattinahttp://www.art-bit.org/gallerycdcover/avalanche.jpg
A Christmas compilation
01 - Neon Plastix - On Fire
02 - Hot Hot Heat - Harmonicas & Tambourines
03 - Benjamin Biolay - Dans la Merco Benz
04 - Beirut - In the Mausoleum
05 - Jens Lekman - Shirin
06 - Stephen Fretwell - Now
07 - Cocoon - Christmas Song
08 - The Good Life - Keely Aimee
09 - Moonbabies - Weekend A Go Go
10 - The Dead 60s - Beat Generation
11 - Club 8 - Everything Goes
12 - Band of Horses - No One’s Gonna Love You
13 - Film School - Compare
14 - Pluramon - The Monstrous Surplus
15 - She Wants Revenge - She Will Always Be A Broken Girl
16 - UNKLE - Burn My Shadow
17 - Devastations - An Avalanche Of Stars
18 - Pseudosix - Enclave
19 - Lara Martelli - Four Women
20 - Enon - Ashish
15 Oct 2007, 18:49 by kosmikko
25 Aug 2007, 08:15 by nostartnoendJust got two new CDs for review this week: We Can Build An Island by Charlemagne and Pseudosix's self-titled second album (and first on Sonic Boom). I was already familiar with one track off Pseudosix, "A Million Shards," which I blurbed about for Copper Press (might not be posted yet), and the rest of the album seems equally good so far. The Charlemagne disc is also a pleasant surprise, very Velvet Underground-, Kinks-, classic-sounding stuff.