Anything that makes me swoon for the days when I would listen to the Shangri-La’s ’65 album for hours on end.
Worthing’s answer to the delicate, frayed English pop of Robert Wyatt – only shaken up and down, given a good stomping and bashed about gleefully
Holy crap! (The following is taken from Drowned In Sound.) Xiu Xiu’s tourmates, Woom, are tremendous, right now. In fact, they’re so obviously Everett True’s Favourite New Band in the World, someone should tell him. Yes, the net result of their influences (or, more accurately, their raw intuition) ends up somewhere like Young Marble Giants, […]
C’mon. It’s always time to be excited when there’s a new Holly Golightly album in the offing. This one doesn’t disappoint. Not whatsoever. Hey, here’s an interview I conducted with the lady for Plan B #22. This is the raging moon. High above the New Forest where wild horses roam, illuminating the narrow roads of […]