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    Category Archives: Best New Music 2010

    Album Review: Blair, “Die Young”

    Album Review: Blair, “Die Young”

    Album: Die Young Artist: Blair Year: 2010   The artist and human being known as Blair has had a busy couple of years.  She spent most of 2011 touring as a supporting act for Eric Elbogen and Say Hi, finding herself her own following from cities around the country.  This all came after the releaseContinue Reading

    Album Review: Black Dub, “Black Dub”

    Album Review: Black Dub, “Black Dub”

    Album: Black Dub Artist: Black Dub Year Released: 2010 There are voices and then there are voices.  Trixie Whitley is a young girl with some powerfully soulful pipes and she is the voice of the new group Black Dub, headed up by all-star record producer, guitarist and composer Daniel Lanois.  Lanois produced albums for suchContinue Reading

    Album Review: Miniature Tigers, “Fortress”

    Album Review: Miniature Tigers, “Fortress”

    Album: Fortress Artist: Miniature Tigers Year Released: 2010   Every band had influences and very rarely is there any sound that is truly original. That said, sometimes, a band can sound very much like what has come before them, but in a way that is not derivative and old. There is a skill is takingContinue Reading

    Album Review: Avi Buffalo, “Avi Buffalo”

    Album Review: Avi Buffalo, “Avi Buffalo”

    Album: Avi Buffalo Artist: Avi Buffalo Year Released: 2010 I listened to the new album from band Avi Buffalo a few times in a row, just because I liked it that much.  It wasn’t until later that I looked into the band’s story a little and found out that these are some seriously young kidsContinue Reading

    Album Review: Siskiyou, “Siskiyou”

    Album Review: Siskiyou, “Siskiyou”

    Album: Siskiyou Artist: Siskiyou Year Released: 2010   I love it when musicians, especially indie rock musicians, have a solid grasp of dynamics.  No, not interpersonal dynamics, though that’s nice too, but the dynamics of an album.  While its great when one song has some variance of loud to soft, slow to fast, its evenContinue Reading

    Album Review: The Walkmen, “Lisbon”

    Album Review: The Walkmen, “Lisbon”

    Album: Lisbon Artist: The Walkmen Year Released: 2010   I’ve liked the Walkmen for a while. A great live band, they’ve opened for Spoon and other indie rock names, but hadn’t, until now, really come out on their own. That all changes with Lisbon, their newest album.  Lisbon is a fully realized piece of art. Continue Reading

    Album Review: One Eyed Jacks, “In Memory… EP”

    Album Review: One Eyed Jacks, “In Memory… EP”

    Album: In Memory… EP Artist: One Eyed Jacks Year Released: 2010 Score one for the little guy. One Eyed Jacks, formed in the summer of 2009, is a new band out of London with a name taken from the little-known cult television show Twin Peaks.  One Eyed Jacks are even less well known than thatContinue Reading

    Album Review: The Roots, "How I Got Over"

    Album: How I Got Over Artist: The Roots Year Released: 2010 As you can tell from the albums I choose to review, I don’t listen to that much hip hop. When I do venture out into the world of rap, and hip hop, my expectations are sometimes a little too low. That said, How IContinue Reading

    Album Review: S. Carey, "All We Grow"

    Album Review: S. Carey, "All We Grow"

    Album: All We Grow Artists: S. Carey Year Released: 2010 S. Carey, the musical moniker for Sean Carey, is not a household name.  Those who have heard of him know him best from his work as the drummer for Bon Iver, headed up by Justin Vernon.  All We Grow is Carey’s first attempt at goingContinue Reading

    Album Review: The Capitalist Youth, "At the Campfire"

    Album: At the Campfire Artist: The Capitalist Youth Year Released: 2010 The Capitalist Youth have a band name that sounds like it should be an ironic punk band.  Instead, what you get on At the Campfire is the sound of earnest, silly, folksy young singers, who sound like they are having a great time together.Continue Reading