good morning. this is a blog with reviews on it. it’s not too much for you i hope. listen i’ve been thinking. well, i think it’s time. time for more music reviews. won’t you read them, please? thanks.
A cool little album from this Canadian powerhouse. I like that he can vary from a stripped back folky sound, and then build up to a more poppy anthem, and back again, keep it up dude!
California pop from these Californians including Alex Greenwald, and one of The Like. I liked it as a cool summer record, nothing spectacular, but good to hear nonetheless.
Aimee Mann is always a treat, and this album is really good. It’s a very short album, and just moves along. There doesn’t seem to be as much of a theme or concept as some of the last few, just solid songs.
The Butterfly Bull
Interesting album, very low-key slow-paced and beautiful at times. It brings to mind Jeff Buckley and Antony and the Johnsons, but with a kind of low-growl voice.
YEAH! They are back, and cooler than ever. The first four tracks of this album are so good and instantly get you moving and into it. The rest of the record is solid songs, a bit more of a variety of styles and voices, all blending to create a great album, one of the year’s best.