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Posted On November 27, 2014By CarloIn Music, Reviews

Ariel Pink – pom pom

*This is not at all aimed at insulting a label or a person. It’s just a strong personal opinion on a record.* Where should I start on this one? I should probably go right into a direct rant about how much I hate this album. So let’s do it. It’s fucking awful. It’s that plain and simple. 1. The album 66 minutes is a lot of time to ask from your listener these days. While the pop mainstream focuses on releasing single after single (Pitbull, Perry, Jessie J etc) newRead More

Posted On September 25, 2013By CarloIn Music, Reviews

Review: Casper – Hinterland

Dies ist kein Abschied, denn ich war nie willkommen This is not a goodbye, because I was never welcome It is quite amazing how a German rapper – once spitting rhymes against everyone and everything managed to transform into the smallest common dividend of teenage girls, hipster boys, indie lovers and rap enthusiasts. This guy is called Casper and released his second album „XOXO“ about two years ago. He showed his musical taste with sampling Explosions in the Sky and playing live with a real band – instead of theRead More

Posted On April 21, 2013By CarloIn Front Page, Music, Soundtrack

Front Page – David Bazan

But it was only in my head because no one ever says what they really mean to say when there’s so much at stake I’ve spent a lot of time recently to listen to David Bazan and his old band Pedro the Lion. Maybe it was the winter in Berlin, or the autumn that started it all. But rainy days and long nights call for suitable music. Some might say Placebo would be the right choice. I agree, if you are some kind of suicidal psychopath who wants to killRead More

Posted On Januar 6, 2013By CarloIn Music, Reviews

You Blew It! – Grow Up, Dude

Before you continue to read this article, please do me the favor and click the play button and listen to the bloody album. Thanks. Now we can start. From time to time, there are albums that just blow you away. They remind you of better times, take you somewhere you think you had long forgotten. When I first put this album on my record player, with the needle crackling quietly until it found the groove, I was nothing more but curious to hear what would come out of my speakers.Read More