Goldfrapp – Tales of Us – Review

November 15, 2013

Not that Goldfrapp hasn’t been doing well since her collaborations with Orbital, but having your song in an Apple commercial is a new level.

Maps – Vicissitude – Review

September 17, 2013

Chilly electro indie rock that you quickly warm up to, in the vein of Junior Boys or Supersystem. Maps is one dude – James Chapman from Northampton, England.

Maps – Vicissitude – Music Stream

September 17, 2013

Chilly electro indie rock that you quickly warm up to, in the vein of Junior Boys or Supersystem. Maps is one dude – James Chapman from Northampton, England.

Goldfrapp – Supernature – Review

August 25, 2006

Goldfrapp were able to create a luscious universe without resorting to cheap 4/4 disco beats, but on Supernature, you’d be hard-pressed to find anything but.

Mando Diao – Hurricane Bar – Review

November 11, 2005

Super-catchy songs with all of the little touches you’ve come to expect with a nice, high-energy presentation that stops short of pop-punk territory.

Erasure – Nightbird – Review

June 13, 2005

Their first album in seven years, Erasure have never been the critic’s darling that their contemporaries – Pet Shop Boys and Depeche Mode – are.

Laibach – Wat – Review

February 23, 2004

Laibach basically invented the sound of Rammstein and KMFDM. They continue their 20 year brand of opera/EBM/industrial rock performed in Slovenian and English.

Pink Grease – All Over You – Review

November 26, 2003

While most “indie” bands are paying homage to the lo-fi rock of the ’70s and early ’80s, Pink Grease is doing them all one better and delving back to the 1950s.

Suicide – American Supreme – Review

May 30, 2003

What they did 20 years ago doesn’t translate on new machines. They need new approaches & techniques to achieve the violent emotional explosions they used to.

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