Sunday, November 18, 2018

Headphones

Headphones Headphones Although Headphones sound absolutely nothing like the Postal Service, the comparison is now inevitable whenever a veteran indie icon abandons guitars for synthesizers. However, whether you’ve...

Spitalfield

Spitalfield Stop Doing Bad Things The road can do strange things to a band. Take Spitalfield: After the release of 2003’s one-sided emo-pop disc Remember Right Now, this...

Mindless Self Indulgence

Mindless Self Indulgence You’ll Rebel To Anything On their first studio record in five years, the wiseasses in Mindless Self Indulgence manage to salvage ’80s synth-pop, industrial-rock sequencer...

The Letters Organize

The Letters Organize Dead Rhythm Machine It’s difficult for us here at AP to write a completely unbiased review of the Letters Organize’s Nitro Records debut. We picked...

Over It

Over It Silverstrand When you’re from California, it’s hard to not write songs as instantly memorable as the ones on Over It’s third full-length, Silverstrand. Every song here...

Norma Jean

Norma Jean O’ God, The Aftermath As ambitiously progressive and noisy as Norma Jean’s last album, 2002’s Bless The Martyr And Kiss The Child, was, it sounds like...

Die Monitr Batss

Die Monitr Batss Girls Of War The underground is filled with would-be contenders trying-by either shrewd calculation or total ineptitude-to advance the brittle genre of no wave along...

A Change Of Pace

A Change Of Pace An Offer You Can’t Refuse Dear A Change Of Pace: You’re all young-the oldest, just barely out of high school. You all have long lives...

Cursed

Cursed Two There are at least 1.2 million bands attempting to combine hardcore with noise via black/death metal, and while a lot of those bands are good at...

LCD Soundsystem

LCD Soundsystem LCD Soundsystem James Murphy played drums in ’90s alt-rockers Pony, did sound for Six Finger Satellite, and eventually became so loathsome of the indie scene’s smug...

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