Category Archives: album reviews

Reuben Hollebon’s Clutch

Some people manage to hit the nail right on the head and get you in the right place at the right time. As with all wonders, sometimes you tend to be looking elsewhere and miss them, and what you need are playful shoves or friendly reminders that if you pass up this opportunity, it’ll most […]

Long Live the 90s

Not everyone from my generation remembers the 80s too well, but all of us do remember the 90s: we witnessed it first-hand, from the Cobain flannel shirts to the everything-denim look, from the strange Doc Martens revival, to Angela Chase’s quite terrifying jumpers as well as her odd obsession with Violent Femmes. Quite frankly said, […]

Buffalo’s real Wilderness

I seem to find it most difficult to write about an album when I like it very much, as if no paragraph could equal the emotions triggered by certain sounds. In a desperate attempt to do it right and make sense, phrases are rewritten, influences are infinitely googled, my music library is assaulted in a […]

The Daylight

A couple of days ago, the rather good-looking (yes, I am a girl after all and he does look a little like Something Corporate‘s Andrew McMahon) musician Andrew Belle, hailing from Chicago, released his latest effort: an EP named The Daylight, quite fitting to this time of the year where sleepyheads stick their heads out […]