Both sides of Burial work in the darkness – whether the darkness of the club,…
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Is this a shameless marketing ploy?
Where Future Unfolds is more the performance of a protest than it is an album.
At once boldly experimental and melodically accessible.
Years to Burn feels like the payoff of a musical social experiment.
The composer takes her careful and steady style and applies it to sounds that are…
What sort of Shepherd could coax this mad zoo?
A document of the missing link between indie rock and new age.
What Aoxomoxoa shows is that there is no emblematic Dead record.
Finds a lively plot of land among the country-western rock ‘n’ roll, kabuki-inspired enka tunes…