Truant / Rough Sleep show Burial’s diversity

What can I say, we’ve been waiting patiently since 2006 for a followup to the amazing album, Unture. It can be hard to nail down Burial‘s sound into a single genre. Although it is easy to tell his 2-step, garage, and ambient influences, his sound is very unique. What his early 2012 release, Kindred, did was only showContinue reading “Truant / Rough Sleep show Burial’s diversity”

Vampire Weekend, Youth Lagoon set to release new albums

I’m very excited for this one. After a three year gab, indie pop group Vampire Weekend have given us detail on the up coming release of their 3rd studio album. It’s set to release this spring, and it comes with a more “darker” and “organic” sound. The reason for the wait comes with this quoteContinue reading “Vampire Weekend, Youth Lagoon set to release new albums”

A$AP Rocky continues to find his groove on Long.Live.A$AP

As being the first album of 2013 to be reviewed, it feels fitting to try and get one out as fast as possible. A$AP Rocky has really created a name for himself over the past year. With Live Long A$AP having some great singles and moments, you expect big things from this up-and-comer. His beefContinue reading “A$AP Rocky continues to find his groove on Long.Live.A$AP”

Neutral Milk Hotel frontman, Jeff Mangum announces 2013 tour

Long after the years of Neutral Milk Hotel, the legacy of In The Areoplane Over The Sea still to this day remains a large part of modern music culture. There’s a large hustle and bustle of the album online with jokes about the infamous lyrics to the album artwork itself (I know its a drum,Continue reading “Neutral Milk Hotel frontman, Jeff Mangum announces 2013 tour”