Tag: Broken Social Scene

Release Radar 1/14/22 - Palace vs DJ Shadow

Release Radar 1/14/22 - Palace vs DJ Shadow
I’ve been writing about Broken Social Scene’s forthcoming album a lot lately so I assumed that “Shame On You” was just another b-side that I hadn’t heard yet. But, you know when you assume you make an ass out of u and me, right? Enter, Palace, a rock band from London that sound like the... Read more »

Release Radar 1/7/22 - The Jazz Butcher vs The Presets

Release Radar 1/7/22 - The Jazz Butcher vs The Presets
Slowly but surely the new year will bring new releases. While most labels wait until spring or early summer, a few will try to beat the rush and trickle out right away. I just became aware of the Jazz Butcher in November, and received a boxset, Dr Cholmondley Repents: A​-​sides, B​-​Sides and Seasides (which is... Read more »

Release Radar 12/24/21 - Mute Math vs Broken Social Scene

Release Radar 12/24/21 - Mute Math vs Broken Social Scene
“It’s the holiday season. So hoop-de-do and dickory dock.” You know the rest, Santa is coming so have your stocking ready. Were you good? Is anybody good anymore? Mute Math has really grown up on their latest single, “Love Light A Way.” The gorgeous vocals remind me of Keane and I could see this group,... Read more »
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Kevin Drew's "Darlings" Highlight Of His Career

Kevin Drew’s second solo album Darlings slowly became a staple for me in 2014. First it started with “Mexican AfterShow Party,” conjuring eerie thoughts of a dimly lit all-nighter. Then it was “Body Butter,” and it’s general theme of love. “Good Sex” runs along the same lines with lyrics you don’t hear everyday: Good sex... Read more »