Monthly Archives: May 2012

Ladyhawke – Anxiety

In her native country Ladyhawke started as a guitarist in Two Lane Blacktop and Teenager and so it seems only natural that she would return to her roots at some point. Her electronically oriented self-titled solo album got kind of … Continue reading

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Richard Hawley – Standing At the Sky’s Edge

‘She brings the Sunlight’ opens Richard Hawley’s new record and at first, as it creeps in quietly and slowly, you begin to think that you are in familiar territory until it kicks in and kick in it does. With swirling … Continue reading

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Being Elmo

I were to say to you the name Kevin Clash you would probably have no idea who I was talking about but if I said the name Elmo then you and pretty much everyone else would know I was talking … Continue reading

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Marilyn Manson – Born Villain

A lot of people are saying that this is a return to form for Manson, sadly it isn’t, but it is better than his last few efforts for sure. It is also curiously an album of two halves, the good … Continue reading

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