Driven by a manic, chaotic enthusiasm, Orange County’s The Lovely Bad Things play bash-it-out garage rock that doesn’t skimp on hooks or harmony.
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The songs on the Cordials’ debut album, Not Like Yesterday, play out as vivid stories told through a blend of sounds—pop, rock and country—that reflect the band members’ accumulated experience as well as a desire to strike out for somewhere new.
The Midnight Organ Fight and The Winter of Mixed Drinks marked Frightened Rabbit as an exciting band to watch. Pedestrian Verse is the band’s best work yet, completing that ascendancy and cementing Frightened Rabbit as an A-list band.
The songs of Indians’ debut are ephemeral, shifting creations, evocative of the large-scale world in the sense that you can never quite take in everything at once.
Beyond just aging well, Yoakam’s signature hillbilly rock has become timeless and his band simply killed it, reaching a fever pitch on the encore.
In troubled times, even the sky is blue. For Tucson’s gHosTcOw, it’s an observation that guides an album that asks a lot of big questions, sometimes outward, sometimes inward.
The achievement of the Cover-Up is in its organization and execution as much as the performances. And the musical feast is so expansive and so pleasing that it’s impossible to encapsulate.
Helming this colorful journey, Big Boi sounds confident and creatively energized as both rapper and mad genius.
Blak and Blue is a good album with some fantastic moments. But it could be better, and it’s almost certainly because big-shot producers got in the way of Clark’s talents, polishing what should’ve stayed raw and rough.