15 Jun 2016

Review: “Moods Baby Moods” by Sonny & The Sunsets

San Francisco psych-rock mainstays Sonny & The Sunsets put on their dancing shoes for their funkiest record to date. With an assist from tUnE-yArDs’ Merrill Garbus, the Sunsets have crafted an album that draws from their usual bag of tricks (70s punk, power pop) and also throws in elements of

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07 Apr 2016

Retro-Review: “The Joshua Tree” by U2

Right up there among the best albums ever made by the Dubliners.

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04 Apr 2016

Retro-Review: “Parade” by Prince & The Revolution

Prince Rogers Nelson’s eighth studio album, which recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, is a marvelous showcase of minimalist funk and psychedelic pop adorned with exquisite melodies and arrangements.

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01 Apr 2016

Retro-Review: “Rattle And Hum” by U2

Before their foray into electronic music in the 1990s, the Dubliners released this hybrid concert/studio album, essentially the band’s love letter to Americana and American roots music.

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26 Feb 2016

Retro-Review: “Knives Don’t Have Your Back” by Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton

Emily Haines’s proper studio debut album outside of Metric is a sparse, piano-driven soundscape with Emily’s throaty voice front and center.

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