Articles by Valerie E. Polichar
In a rare live show, Whale Fall displays their mastery of instrumental post-rock.
A superbly crafted, rich and varied sonic journey.
Compelling indigenous hip-hop with dazzling musical breadth and political punch
Hotter-than-Aruba vocals against a darkwave throb of ‘80s synth lines, imperfectly engineered but nonetheless intoxicating.
Indie-rock sweetness — the result of two years of seclusion — offers up bleak reality wrapped in a rich blanket of enveloping guitar.
A catchy package of harmony-centric power/dream pop featuring full-cream layered vocals and instrumentation.
Listenable, likeable melodic prog— bumpy, but promising — from the guitar player behind The Room Colored Charlatan
Evocative, surprisingly rich glitch-ambient electronica from a meticulous artist.