Rating: 3 / 5 Reviewer: Connor Turner It takes a lot of gusto to lay claims that your sound is a fusion of ‘70s glam legends Queen and ‘90s politico rockers Rage Against the Machine. It takes even more cojones to make this claim when your piano-infused pop is more akin to a fusion of [...]
Rating: 4 / 5 Reviewer: Connor Turner The temptation to write a review for the awesome Blood Guts Bruises Cuts by abusing the term dude is far too rare of an opportunity to pass up. So do accept our apologizes for this low-brow review.
Rating: 3 / 5 Reviewer: Connor Turner It would be nearly impossible to review Humbug without mention of Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age/Eagles of Death Metal), because with all due respect to the Arctic Monkeys, his fingerprints are in every nook and cranny of the record.
Rating: 2 / 5 Reviewer: Connor Turner If you have any sort of interest in either Canada’s Comedy Central or its American big brother The Comedy Network, you have probably already heard of satirical folk-rock duo Flight of Conchords.
Rating: 2.5 / 5 Reviewer: Connor Turner Iâ€™m not sure who it was. Either it was Jesse Hughes or Josh Homme, potentially even both, but someone forgot that Eagles of Death Metal is Eagles of Death Metal, not The Rolling Stones from the Let it Bleed era.
Rating: 4.5 / 5 Reviewer: Connor Turner Someone in the Canadian hip-hop industry needs to thank Cadence Weapon. For years, Canadian hip-hop has been hampered by an identity complex
Rating: 4/5Released: May 22, 2007Reviewer: Connor Turner What Battles have built with Mirrored is nearly impossible to pigeonhole or to explain. Itâ€™s a driving combination of primal pulsating rhymes filtered through the latest and greatest of Apple software â€“ a Daft Punk meets God Speed You Black Emperor!
Rating: 4/5Released: March 20, 2007Reviewer: Connor Turner 2004â€™s Good News For People Who Love Bad News completely polarized Modest Mouseâ€™s ravenous fan base. Either you despised the band for ruining your little secret love affair or fell further in love with their quirky brand of melancholy.