– Recorded over 50 consecutive days, this self-titled affair is a testament to The Form’s determination and perseverance for perfection.
– Battles have created their own sound of instrumental madness and glee on Mirrored.
The Great Depression “The Great Depression” (Self-Released
– Listening to The Great Depression is a blindsiding experience. This is folk with a raw and compelling emotional vulnerability.
– New wave indie rock with just enough southern charm. These songs are as addictive as the Dirty South itself.
– Dartz! combine a US Dischord influence with their British roots for an infectious and intricate record bursting wtih joy.
– Andrew Bird’s talent has such a remarkable depth that one would be hard pressed to find a single flaw.
– Anthemic pop/punk filtered through influences like Guthrie, Bragg and Springsteen.
– Emo for those of us who actually remember what it means…back when it was not such a dirty word. Look Mexico pick up where the short-lived American Football left off.
– Lifetime went away for ten years and came back without missing a beat. No band can meld pop with hardcore quite like Lifetime.
– Frontman John K. Samson continues to wax poetic and Reunion Tour continues this band’s career brilliance. Was there ever any doubt this was going to be my number #1?