Album Reviews (30)

An Overnight Low

Originally released last November, Piccadilly, the latest record by An Overnight Low, was finally celebrated this past weekend with a release show at Empire. The album is the second in a trilogy of records named after the train stations bandleader Chad Walls visited most on a trip to Europe, the first chapter being 2014’s Euston with the final, Waverley, scheduled for later this year. Impressively, Walls and associates have actually taken trips overseas in support…

Living with Snaex: Giving the finger to a time of moral crisis

By SAM PFEIFLE There’s something kind of thrilling about the cover to the new Snaex record. On the black and white cover of The 10,000 Things, Chriss Sutherland’s and Christopher Teret’s wives give us the finger, in unison, while their toddlers sit in their laps, even nurse. Their eyes are darkened, making them menacing, but their mouths are set in something more like determination. A mix of that classic Johnny Cash shot and, well, Duccio’s…
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