Liminal Garden isn’t a record that shines.
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wume’s first album to feature vocals.
Music that rids itself of contextually vacant tinkering in favor of pointed critique.
Far from a comfortable meeting of traditions.
An almost transcendent state of contentment.
Allways presents all the group’s contradictions in full force.
Craig has quietly been amassing one of the most consistent discographies in contemporary drone music.
A diverse collection of twists and turns through rock balladry, synthesizer soundscapes and ghostly choral…
The B-52’s feel unfairly sidelined in the history of pop music.
Davachi’s music feels surreal.