In the late 70s, the Bee Gees were massive and their success was inescapable. Babs naturally observed all of this and thought, “I would love me some of those Bee Gees!”
This debut offers a mysterious, bizarre and unnerving mind trip with the singer’s unearthly vocals weaving in and out of creepy baroque pop/folk soundscapes.
The Canadian electronic wizard’s quick follow-up to his acclaimed debut is a profound reflection on solitude and the longing for company, packed with endearing songs, and clocking in at just 28 minutes, leaves you wanting more.
The self-titled third album by the Omaha, Nebraska band is a seamless blend of rock, rap and funk influences with a glossy radio-ready production aimed at the mainstream.
For Hellogoodbye’s fourth LP, Forrest Kline took in lots of disco and angsty PBR&B for inspiration.