Posts Tagged: Virgin Babylon

ACL 2016: The Top 20 Albums of the Year

The last album we reviewed this year ended up being the best ~ in light of the title, a fitting end.  Our cover image is taken from its lead video; the actress seems to be giving the album a closer listen.

ACL 2016: The Top 20 Albums of the Year

The last album we reviewed this year ended up being the best ~ in light of the title, a fitting end.  Our cover image is taken from its lead video; the actress seems to be giving the album a closer listen.

World’s End Girlfriend ~ Last Waltz

This is an album for the end of the world.  Katsuhiko Maeda writes, “we are dancing on the shaking ground … until the end.”  World’s End Girlfriend‘s album is so massive, so apocalyptic, and yes, so contagious that it becomes a

World’s End Girlfriend ~ Last Waltz

This is an album for the end of the world.  Katsuhiko Maeda writes, “we are dancing on the shaking ground … until the end.”  World’s End Girlfriend‘s album is so massive, so apocalyptic, and yes, so contagious that it becomes a

ACL 2015: Top Ten Experimental

The cool, the crazy, the distinctive ~ every artist and album has a shot here.  In this section, we celebrate music that’s clearly different from the competition.  Experiments don’t always work, but here they have; these risks have produced rewards.

ACL 2015: Top Ten Experimental

The cool, the crazy, the distinctive ~ every artist and album has a shot here.  In this section, we celebrate music that’s clearly different from the competition.  Experiments don’t always work, but here they have; these risks have produced rewards.

Various Artists ~ One Minute Older

Got a minute?  Four years have passed since Second Language released Minute Papillon, a collection of sixty one-minute songs with liner notes so small they had to be read with a magnifying glass (included with purchase).  In this spirit comes

Various Artists ~ One Minute Older

Got a minute?  Four years have passed since Second Language released Minute Papillon, a collection of sixty one-minute songs with liner notes so small they had to be read with a magnifying glass (included with purchase).  In this spirit comes