Perhaps Molina’s only true peer is fellow music wizard Scott Walker.
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Ambivert Tools Volume 1 is a tantalizing and promising effort
Call it Lanegan-noir, a subgenre that shifts between crunching driving anthems and stark anti-hymns.
Each step forward is matched with baffling choices that threaten to derail the entire project.
The best that can be said for Belong is that it’s mostly inoffensive.
Much of indie-rock’s best warriors are women, and they’re finally starting to get the recognition…
Aubin-Dionne can be too shy, becoming anonymous on his own album.
In parts of Hot Thoughts it seems like Spoon are angling to write the title…
Maybe the duo needs a year off.
The Mollusk just might be the Weenest of Ween.