Harley Edward Streten, better known as Flume, has steadily become one of the household names of electronic music. His new album, Skin (Future Classic, 2016), is a statement. It’s a powerful stomp: he’s here to stay. Continue reading “Album Of The Week: Flume – Skin”
Katatonia, one of the heavyweights of Scandinavian metal, are back with their tenth studio album, The Fall Of Hearts (Peaceville, 2016). And, perhaps for the first time, they come with an album that may give them a mainstream spotlight three decades into their careers. Continue reading “Katatonia – The Fall Of Hearts”
I’m sure everything that can be said about Radiohead‘s ninth album, A Moon Shaped Pool, has been said. I’m sure there’s plenty of opinions, both positive and not so positive, about it. What I will try to do is give my thoughts as a lifelong fan and music lover. So here it goes. Continue reading “Radiohead – A Moon Shaped Pool”
The Strumbellas are a six-piece band from Ontario, Canada, whose music has already won them the prestigious Juno Award (for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year, 2014) for their second album, We Still Move On Dance Floors.
After a long 5 year absence, Explosions In The Sky released a new album. That’s not to say they’ve not been busy. From 2013 through 2015, they worked on motion picture soundtracks for Prince Avalanche (2013), Lone Survivor (2014) and Manglehorn (2015). Continue reading “AOTW: Explosions In The Sky – The Wilderness”
After a long 4 year wait, Deftones are finally back with a new studio album. Gore has the tough task of following 2012’s wonderful Koi No Yokan, winner of the 2013 Revolver Magazine Album of the Year and, more importantly, of keeping Deftones’s almost 30 year-long career alive and kicking. Continue reading “Album of the Week: Deftones – Gore”