Deer Tick is sick. One of the best bands around with some of the smartest lyrics, I find Diving Providence to be the rare kind of album that I didn’t immediately love, but its heart is in
I’ve disclosed my unabashed love of Tom Waits on many occasions. Nothing has changed with his newest release. “Bad As Me” is such a great title for a Waits album because it’s so many puns all at
Chris Martin said in an interview recently that he felt the band was as globally reviled as a band could be. It’s a shame. Coldplay gets a bad rap for always trying to sound too much like
"Codes and Keys" marks the next phase of transition for Death Cab, from indie darlings of sad rock to mainstream sellers of dreams. The album works.
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Adele's latest album is the rare occasion where an artist pours emotion into craft and it comes out sincere, sweet, powerful and not at all maudlin.
What makes a great “American dream” album? Is it something that represents the undying American quest for something more? Is it something that’s almost uncanny in its ability to predict and depict the state of our union