The energy just seeps out all over the place. No need for clean up.
Great to listen to when the sun is high and the air is dry.
It’s refreshing to hear such a hard-working, complex, and skilled record, regardless of genre.
La Guerre’s haunting vocals pull you in and don’t let go
Solo work from member of 80s hardcore legends Husker Du
Album shows that Goodman can stand on her own as a musician
Swedish singer songwriter Lykke Li masters the art of cathartic expression
It’s beautiful and emotionally impacting
The duo has taken their touches of dreaminess and built an electronic house out of it!
Noisy, creative, intricate, and awesome
Auerbach and Carney get “psychedelic”
Not as youthful as other Oberst releases but just as nice to listen to.
Nashville Example “Who loves Burger Records?!” “Kel loves Burger Records!” And by Kel, I mean me. Denny & the Jets exemplifies everything that Nashville bands are known for: crazy amount of live shows, DYI work ethic, heart, and hit the ground running approach to music. They mean business. Denney & the Jets keep that Nashville sound but add a little extra nod to the South. They throw in boozed out blues rock with a touch of (*gasp*) country! Opening the album, “Water to Wine” (track #1) gives listeners the lay of the land, displaying their funky subtle twang and tight harmonies. I completely dig this song. It also has that 60s Rolling Stones jam drive…
Step Away From Dreamy Electronic
This Album Is A Gift
A Wonderful Experience
Straying From Modern Punk
Produced by Four Tet
Classic Summer Tunes
Unique Voice, Unique Lady
Topping our charts this week!
Vibe It Up
Germans Jumping Genres
Running the gauntlet between surf and psychedelia
Polyvinyl Delivers More Synth Pop
A younger Arctic Monkeys
Here’s the thing: Thee Oh Sees are prolific and can do no wrong. When someone said, “Oh, it’s just a singles collection” I looked them right back and said, “It’s Thee Oh Sees!” There is a reason this is Volume 3 of the singles collection. They must have done something right with the first two volumes! The great thing about a singles collection is that it isn’t an album; it allows each song to stand on it’s own as a representation of the band’s latest sounds. It is a showcase. This collection features electrically charged garage-psych rock tunes with a coating of distortion and scuzz. Thee Oh Sees are good at many things, one being…