Twistification is like a good jukebox found in the corner of your favorite neighborhood dive bar, full of a wide variety of sounds and songs ranging in style from indie pop, mellow bliss-ness, throwback 80′s sounding electronica, and right at you rock and roll. Though the duo is from New York, there is something very Brit-pop about the album, reminding me of Arctic Monkeys, early Killers, Elbow and The Kooks. There is also a little bit of alt-pop-rock favorites from the States, like My Chemical Romance and Imagine Dragons, with a dash of Postal Service thrown in for good measure, on this album.
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A journey through the blend of darkness and light that life has to offer – barebones folk-blues recording that highlights strong finger-pickin, sweet whiskey vocals and stomping left boot. , with a little help from her friends on such instruments as upright bass, viola and a little bit of sax.
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The thoroughly excellent sophomore release by the two best-looking members of Luna should make any fans who bemoaned that group’s demise happy as hell with its lovingly crafted cocktail hour visions. Back Numbers offers up perfect rainy day music on every graceful, laconic song. The album recalls the sophisticated, decadent sounds of Lee Hazlewood and […]
In 1976, John Renbourn was commissioned to record an album of instrumentals for use as what is called “library music” in the U.K. (i.e., soundtrack music that can be plugged into numerous films and television programs. Unknown even to most serious Renbourn fans in its original incarnation, The Guitar of John Renbourn wasn’t released commercially […]