Dig! – Review

June 13, 2005

BJTM embody the down and dirty rock and roll lifestyle, living in a filthy hovel of a band house, while the Dandy Warhols tour Europe and play huge festivals.

Zero 7 – When it Falls – Review

November 22, 2004

Others struggle to project the dreamy, seductive, atmospheric, and “soul” aesthetics of the genre, Zero 7 sew together better songs with better surroundings.

Moving Units – Review

September 3, 2003

Disco breakdowns along with new wave elements. Blake Miller’s slurring, calm vocals are reminiscent of The Strokes and Hot Hot Heat.

1 Giant Leap – Review

November 11, 2002

The concept is stunning: Use laptops worldwide to record various artists, put them all together in a U.S. recording studio – and link cultures.

Speedealer – Second Sight – Review

October 4, 2002

A reasonable sonic facsimile of Kill ‘Em All. The tempos are fast but not blinding, and everything has the sandpaper-dry ca-chunk ca-chunk rhythm guitar sound.