Wayne Phoenix: soaring wayne phoenix story the earth

Originally recorded a decade ago, these contemplative sketches are full of the complicated wisdom that only comes with time. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/wayne-phoenix-soaring-wayne-phoenix-story-the-earth/ Indie Brew found this story and shared it with you. The Article Was Written/Published By: Colin Joyce

Album reviews: Dave – Psychodrama, and Dido – Still on My Mind

20-year-old artist offers tracks that are both astute and deeply personal on his superb debut album. Also reviewed this week: Dido’s new record Still On My Mind Source: https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/reviews/dave-psychodrama-review-album-stream-tracklist-features-j-hus-dido-reviews-brit-awards-a9340611.html Indie Brew found this story and shared it with you. The Article Was Written/Published By: Elisa Bray, Roisin O’Connor

Album Review: Boniface // Boniface

How could we not be excited by the release of Boniface’s debut? As self-professed fans of Foals and White Lies, this album was supposed to play right into our ballpark. As always with expectations such as these, it can be easy to get burned, but thankfully whoever heard out prayers managed to act on them. Boniface’s self-titled […]

The 40 best albums to listen to before you die, from Madonna's 'Like a Prayer' to Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side of the Moon'

Some records are so good that they can change your life. Our critics Helen Brown, Chris Harvey and Roisin O’Connor pick the albums you need to hear Source: https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/features/best-albums-greatest-listen-hear-before-you-die-classic-beatles-prince-bowie-kate-bush-a8646496.html Indie Brew found this story and shared it with you. The Article Was Written/Published By: Roisin O’Connor, Helen Brown, Chris Harvey

Album Review: The Slow Rush // Tame Impala

Throughout the ten years and four records of Kevin Parker’s career as Tame Impala, the sound of his albums has always belied their content. Whether on debut, Innerspeaker and sophomore effort Lonerism – where fidgety, lo-fi percussion and sun-drenched guitar hooks masked the frustrations of relationships and the struggle between yearning for, and wanting to escape […]

Fifty of the most drug-drenched albums of all time

Here is another fabulous list of important records, this one organized around the theme of “most drug-addled.” As with the avant-garde list, this author’s choices are ripe for debate. The writing on the entries is also fun. RAMPANT MADNESS, cheap powder, and the whiskey river: below are the 50 most debauched, sodden, and certifiable records […]