Crazy. Slutty. Bitchy. The overwhelming darkness lurking beneath The Real Housewives series’ shiny veneer begs the question: is being on air detrimental to women?
Numero Group gathers assorted singles, live recordings and generous liner notes to provide a more complete picture of revolutionary transsexual soul singer Jackie Shane, in the process producing a minor masterpiece of overlooked soul.
Mathematics sticks to the classic Wu-Tang aesthetic, beefing it up with modern techniques to create an enjoyably nostalgic experience, especially for old school fans.
Canadian quartet Wolf Parade returns with a proggy, synthy, arty, indie wake up call.
Berlin heavy rockers Kadavar stuck in the morass of heavy rock’s conventions.
So Much Light veers toward the depressed and lonely end of the pop spectrum.
Process of Guilt’s dogged DIY survival during harsh economic times in a country not particularly well-known on a global level for its metal is proof that if you continue to stubbornly follow your passion good things can happen.