The Young Veins, ‘Take a Vacation!’ (One Haven)
No panic, no disco, just a craving for pop’s Camelot.
BY BARRY WALTERS 06.08.10 1:13 PM
Before splitting in two, Panic! at the Disco pulled off one of the most [...]Read more »
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“Bajah + the Dry Eye Crew, a three-man Sierra Leonean hip-hop group relocated to New York City, tore into socially conscious party music that draws from both sides of the Atlantic: African and Caribbean grooves, three-part harmony and raspy dancehall toasting, denunciations of ‘hypocrites’ and ‘bloodsuckers’ and calls for love and dancing.”Read more »
Butch Walker is not a man who likes to settle for routine. Judging from his artistic merits, one could imagine he doesn’t pick the same meals each day or ultimately settle on the same girl to divulge poetic tragedies about on nearly every record. Big shiny arena rock, grownup pop rock, glam-infused indie rock, blue-collar Americana… it’s obvious there isn’t much of a “rinse later repeat” mantra hanging above Butch’s bathroom mirror.Read more »
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