The Antlers – “Familiars” Review

  If there’s one band that controlled melancholy and sadness in the 21st century, it would be The Antlers. While the 90’s was about the anger and rebellion for many youths, the 2000’s are about trying to capture that feeling with a different sound. Arcade Fire completed this with the 2004 masterpiece, Funeral, and TheContinue reading “The Antlers – “Familiars” Review”

Dirty Beaches – Drifters / Love Is The Devil review

When Suicide performed their first concert in East-Side New York, they were booed off stage for their proto-punk attempts.Their simple forward-thinking combination of synthesizers and drum machines could be considered too much to handle for the no-wave crowd of the time. Ironically, the band’s legacy is still found today in top album lists and otherContinue reading “Dirty Beaches – Drifters / Love Is The Devil review”