Andy Partridge thought XTC’s breakout album never sounded right. Now it does.
The remarkable new album by Oslo’s Gazpacho blows away the conventions of rock, prog, and the makeup of the “epic” song.
The new album Gravitas features a sound closer to “classic” Asia.
For such a positive-sounding title, you probably wouldn’t expect such a negative reaction, but…
The band wishes to invite you to the party…
Making a case for concerts on home video, Dream Theater put out a more than comprehensive package.
Darkwave band presents a different kind of winter music.
For McCartney’s latest, the name says it all.
The band Rush finally has Vapor Trails, a poster-child for too-loud modern mixes, spruced up. Was it worth it?
Sometimes “more” equals brilliance. Sometimes more is only more.
What was your favorite summer song? Oh, never mind. These were better.
Can you make two pop records devoted to the sport of cricket?
Amethyst zooms in and out with might and musical muscle, sporting an all-killer-no-filler approach that improves upon the band’s idiosyncratic 14-track debut.
The Boy With Astronaut Eyes finds The Purrs in a particularly joyful state of mind, and sounding perhaps the most invigorated and pumped up they’ve ever been.
Rivers is a delicately beautiful perspective of this master musician’s artistry, and may even widen the acceptance of avant garde jazz, given the chance.