Return to Center finds Kirin J. Callinan putting a unique and hilarious spin on the covers album, somehow resulting in his most effective character portrait yet.
For a covers album orchestrated by a popular rock band, The Teal Album could've turned out much worse.
Anti-folk vet Jeffrey Lewis delivers wild and passionate renditions of songs from one of New York's most underappreciated musical figures.
Drew Daniel of Matmos embarks upon some truly unforseen black metal covers on this latest album of his under the Soft Pink Truth name.
Most tribute albums don't go over that well, and I can't make a promise that you'll think Xiu Xiu's Nina is an exception. However, from where I'm standing, this collection of recordings is incredibly twisted, bizarre, beautiful, and moving.
With improved production, more original material, more instrumentation, and some intense performances, the new BADBADNOTGOOD album improves on the blueprint of the previous LP in every way.
Destroyer has recently covered the track “Leave Me Alone” for the Mojo New Order covers album of Power, Corruption & Lies. Destroyer's take on this song plays it a little safe, adding some distortion and slightly altered vocal delivery. It’s a pretty faithful adaptation; however, I am looking forward to hearing some different interpretations of these songs from the other bands on this compilation.
2. Metronomy- "The Bay" (Clock Opera Remix)
5. Mitzi- "Morning Light" (Softwar Remix)
6. Theophilus London ft. Sarah Quin- "Why Even Try" (RAC Remix)