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Best Music of 2013: #15-11

Honorable Mentions | 20-16 | 15-11 | 10-6 | 5-1 15) The Knife “Full of Fire” – Shaking the Habitual “How do you build an album about not knowing?” ask … Continue reading

January 2, 2014 · Leave a comment

Amok – Atoms For Peace – album review

Even the best of illusions can backfire. The song “Analyse” from Thom Yorke’s solo debut The Eraser (2006) played during the credits of The Prestige, Christopher Nolan’s underrated film featuring two rival … Continue reading

February 27, 2013 · Leave a comment

Best Music of 2012: #5-1

 Honorable mentions | 20-16 | 15- 11 | 10-6 | 5-1 5) Japandroids “The House That Heaven Built” – Celebration Rock Japandroids’ galvanizing rock anthem “Young Hearts Spark Fire” revolved around … Continue reading

December 26, 2012 · 3 Comments

Kindred EP – Burial – review

Burial’s Street Halo EP and the “Ego”/”Mirror” collaboration with Four Tet/Thom Yorke were welcome additions to Will Bevan’s catalog in 2011, but they served as mostly a deluxe paint job and a … Continue reading

February 13, 2012 · 3 Comments

Best Music of 2011: #10-6

Honorable mention | 20-16 | 15-11 | 10-6 | 5-1 10) Wye Oak “We Were Wealth” – Civilian Sheer volume and raucous energy are two qualities most often cited when admiring … Continue reading

December 15, 2011 · Leave a comment