Moving away from the wild-eyed lunatic rock & roll that defined their earliest releases, the Rye Coalition (with help from superstar producer Dave Grohl) turn out a set of sleek, razor-sharp rockers that cross-breed The Stooges with AC/DC. The Coalition is still willing to cut loose — "Young Yellers" lives up to its title with a hoarse chorus and rampaging guitars, and "Gone With the Windshield" is dark and doomy.
By J. Edward Keyes on 04.22.11 in Reviews
"Watcha gonna do with all your lonely letters?" asks Mona Elliott at the beginning of "No Reason to Stay". It's clear what Elliott intends to do with hers. Over the course of All Your Things Are G...
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From Shania Twain to Patrick Wolf, these musicians couldn't leave well enough alone and rerecorded their work.
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By Jayson Greene on 12.11.14 in News
Slim Twig's rich, twisted art-rock dances with a leer between gorgeous and hideous. Like St. Vincent, the Toronto native has a quizzical approach to rock songs, and a seemingly irresistible urge to pull at their ends to...