Marissa Nadler: ‘July’

March 12, 2014 Alex KugaczewskiAlex Kugaczewski

It seems that no matter what Nadler’s lyrics attempt to convey, images of winter’s frigid embrace are difficult to suppress. Whether it’s a frosted windowpane, pierced by splintered shafts of light straining against the dark within or the branches […]

Cheatahs Review

February 25, 2014 Mahad MousseMahad Mousse

For a “Best of The 90’s In Alternative Rock,” it’s an enjoyable ride, if you’re capable of turning off your brain and just cruising along. […]

‘Warpaint’ weaves a sonic dream

February 10, 2014 Mahad MousseMahad Mousse

After the incredible, unprecedented success of female quartet Warpaint’s full-length debut, “The Fool,” back in 2010, expectations were ratcheted up to high heavens for their next album.

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