Showcases Lahey’s gift for earworm melodies.
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Galloping melodeath that has remained unchanged over a decade and a half.
Some of the Killers' best music to date.
A deeply moving collection of crossover Americana.
The Clientele never sound as though they are falling back on stock musical tropes.
It takes a lot of skill for musicians to successfully abandon an established sound.
The Maels have built a career predicated on confounding expectations.
Urban Hymns still sounds alive and vital 20 years on.
Has the posture of a protest album, but digs deeper.
Music for People in Trouble is nothing short of a personal and professional triumph for…