Tool – 10,000 Days – Review

June 16, 2006

Tool have invented a sound all their own, which is commendable, and the drumming is a joy, the recording dripping in riches as well.

Patricia Kaas – Sexe Fort – Review

November 15, 2004

Kaas returned to her roots as a jazz and blues-influenced French pop diva. She knows what she does best, and that’s belt out emotional songs en français.

Anna Vissi – X – Review

April 18, 2003

While Everything I Am, was all about dance and sounding modern, X has her blending modern beats with classic Greek music with mostly pleasing results.

Paola & Chiara – Festival – Review

April 18, 2003

The fourth album by Italy’s Paola & Chiara is a fantastic celebration of life, love, and genres of music you wouldn’t expect to find on the same album.

Lili Fatale – Panavision – Review

November 8, 2002

It’s appropriate there’s an airplane on the cover of Panavision, the second album from the Montréal trio known as Lili Fatale, because it’s all over the place.

Import Zone – Column

November 8, 2002

It’s appropriate that there’s an airplane on the cover of Panavision, the second album from the Montréal trio Lili Fatale, because it’s all over the place, jumping from genre to genre sometimes within the context of a single song.

Lorie – Près de Toi – Review

August 2, 2002

France’s Lorie is being called “the Britney Spears of France” by many of her fans, but her debut album, Près de Toi is more like Debbie Gibson or Tiffany.