Album Review: Dragged Into Sunlight

For all its obscurity and its masked existence, Dragged Into Sunlight is an amazingly no-bull*** band where it matters most. Hailing from the UK, the hybrid metal outfit has perched itself as its own sort of black hole in between subgenres, amassing a cult following from several different reaches in…

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A Few New Tunes, 2/21/15

Bjork – Vulnicura Released a month ago, Vulnicura makes for a notable return to quality following a trinity of mixed outings from the Icelandic superstar. Recruiting Venezuelan producer Arca to endow her with her glitchy ensemble while marrying the poetic strings of Homogenic with Vespertine-esque intimacy, Vulnicura finds footing where 2011’s Biophilia…

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Album Review: Gas – Zauberberg

Repetition in music is a nuance best served with confidence. Throughout the ever-growing exploration of sound, it’s been pretty clearly defined that if you repeat or loop some major instance or movement of the music, it should successfully achieve a long-term goal of some kind, or at the very least…

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Album Review: Sundrugs – Low

In the world of album artwork, there’s an adage that sticks to a certain portion of the population. Any artwork over history depicting the artist doing what they do – that is, performing the music – with little more than the artist’s face, with or without their instrument, is the…

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