Posts tagged "pink floyd"

Album artwork of 'The Dark Side of the Moon' by Pink Floyd

The Dark Side of the Moon Pink Floyd

The Dark Side of the Moon is one of those high-water marks of artistic expression. It’s just sublime. I don’t have a bad thing to say about it.

Album artwork of 'Drones' by Muse

Drones Muse

The opening third is nothing to write home about, the middle section is terrific, and the last twenty minutes are ludicrous. Drones is the full Muse package.

Artwork depicting the contrasting nature of album sides

Album sides and beauty from circumstance

From the vinyl flip to the neverending streaming, unique expressions await those willing to immerse themselves in the media formats of their time

By Frederick O'Brien

Album artwork of 'Last Place' by Grandaddy

Last Place Grandaddy

Some artists have a hard time returning after a lengthy hiatus, but Grandaddy has done it with aplomb. Last Place is all you could want from a comeback.

Album artwork of 'Ambient 1: Music for Airports' by Brian Eno

Ambient 1: Music for Airports Brian Eno

Music for Airports comprises of calming tones that induce sedation and tranquillity. Listeners are invited to float among soft, fluffy ambient clouds.

Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross

All the Pigs, All Lined Up: Nine Inch Nails’ studio albums ranked

For years now the music of Trent Reznor has proved to be, yes, The Perfect Drug. Here lies my worst-to-best list of Nine Inch Nails studio albums.

By André Dack

Album artwork of 'Visions of a Life' by Wolf Alice

Visions of a Life Wolf Alice

Visions of a Life is a triumph of contemporary British rock. The riffs roar and the melodies soar, with the band playing beautifully to Ellie Rowsell's strengths.

Album artwork of 'Masseduction' by St. Vincent

Masseduction St. Vincent

An ambitious, splintered record. Glammy schizoid pop rubs shoulders with tightly wound, rather despairing cud chewing, but the two styles never truly mesh.

Album artwork of 'Freedom's Goblin' by Ty Segall

Freedom's Goblin Ty Segall

Freedom’s Goblin is a victim of its own ambition, and of Segall’s protean talent. A lot of ground is covered, but the album’s identity never quite clicks into place.

Album artwork of 'Little Dark Age' by MGMT

Little Dark Age MGMT

MGMT plod along with all the charisma of a mumbler with a weak chin, and it’s not as if the mix is lush enough to distract from the absence of drive or direction.