Björk – Volta – Review

July 27, 2007

Björk claimed it to be: Fun, a throwback to ’80s house/techno, and catchy. Volta really is the opposite of all those things. Björk’s worst record so far.

Zero 7 – The Garden – Review

September 1, 2006

Greatly reducing the rich, sleek, and bottom-end heavy production approach of their past work, the duo have turned in a slightly retro and more uptempo record.

Led Zeppelin – Review

October 15, 2003

A five-hour plus, chronological run-through of one of the mightiest rock bands in the history of the genre, doing what they do best: Playing live.

Bif Naked – Purge – Review

June 13, 2003

12 tracks of vindication by a flighty yet grounded personality that doubles as the teenage tease and the teacher’s assistant.

Angry Salad – Review

January 1, 2000

Building momentum with constant touring of this great nation and adds on Adult Rock radio stations, Angry Salad is a band that’s neither angry nor salady.

Stone Temple Pilots – No. 4 – Review

January 1, 2000

They’ve cooked up the “Stone Temple Pilots’ sound,” which, despite not being terribly original, is better than imitating whatever’s popular at the moment.

Bif Naked – I Bificus – Review

September 1, 1999

The best elements of tough girl rock (think Pat Benetar, Patty Smythe, DiVinyls) with the muscle of Joan Jett and L7, yet infusing it with personal touch.

David Garza – This Euphoria – Review

November 1, 1998

He twists his voice genielike into seductive vocal apparitions; light, sighing falsettos, Beatlesesque midrange harmonics, and fuzzy, garbled funk psychedelia.

Ivy – Apartment Life – Review

April 1, 1998

Singer Dominique Durand add some interest with her British-trained Frenglish, as when she sings, “Eet ees a queek ahnd painless death.” So sweet and powdery.

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