Released in 1979, Japan’s third album Quiet Life marked a . . .
Tag Archives: Art-Pop
Originally intended for release on Record Store Day, now that . . .
As far as I can tell, our review of Of . . .
Post-punk legends (and Stomp and Stammer favorites) Wire will dialyze . . .
Arena Rock? Hold the Phone… In Channeling the Past, Omni . . .
When last we heard from Bat For Lashes, Natasha Khan . . .
The B-52s’ commercial breakthrough Cosmic Thing gets a belated birthday . . .
If we are to take the guy literally, Athens musician . . .
Aging, past-their-prime, English synth-pop duo Pet Shop Boys have digitally . . .
While most current bands’ nods to the ’90s involve copping . . .
While The Yeah Yeah Yeahs continue doing not much of . . .
Unbearably pretentious art-pop experimentalists Xiu Xiu have completed work on . . .
Element of Surprise: Steven Wilson Puts the Bone In In . . .
If you’re at a loss for what to get me . . .
Post-punk/pop-funk outfit A Certain Ratio have announced the release of . . .
Jeffrey Bützer’s Bicycle Eaters, a seven-piece (and two-wheeled?) vehicle for . . .
Simple Minds: Still Alive and Kicking Casual American fans may . . .
The latest 7-inch to come from Chunklet Industries’ partnership with Indianapolis’ Third . . .
Outside looking in, Matt Weiner seems like a jack-of-all-trades for . . .
Music, fashion and acting highlight the Grace Jones we know . . .
If you haven’t heard Omni’s top-notch 2016 debut Deluxe, you . . .
The Mael Brothers (you know them as Sparks) are set . . .
An Art-Pop Amalgam for the Masses: Elucidating the Enigma That . . .
Never Turn Your Back on Brothers Mael: No. 1 in . . .
Utopia, Now and Forever: All That Glitters Is Prince Rama . . .
On Returning: Colin Newman Connects Wire – Past, Present and . . .
For all the chatter about witch house or whichever micro-genre . . .
All Creatures Great and Small: Animal Collective Answers the Call . . .