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Kas par mēnesi mūzikā šis ir bijis! Jau singlu saraksts priecēja, bet albumu frontē gāja vēl skaļāk – veseliem četriem albumiem ar atzīmi 8/10 nācās palikt ārpus TOP 5, saņēmām pirmo 2018.gada 9/10, kā arī vēl vienu lielisku pašmāju ierakstu. 1,431 more words


Quick Takes: March 2018

Jack White – Boarding House Reach

Jack White’s latest solo record is a daring, although messy, effort, covering the spectrum from head-bangers to head-scratchers. Its unapologetic weirdness is admirable, and at times irresistibly enjoyable. 187 more words


Album Round-Up: Judas Priest, Stone Temple Pilots, The Weekend...

Judas Priest – Firepower

One imagines of Classic Metal Bands, that most would not be forging some of the best albums of their career. If you were one of those, who dismissed Judas Priest as legends of the past who reached their peak with Painkiller, then you would be sorely mistaken. 1,898 more words

Music Reviews

Now Only

Phil Elverum´s second lp released after the tragic death of his wife Geneviéve Castrée is called “now only”, released already a few weeks ago. After listening to it over and over again, I have to say, it´s again a collection of remarkable heartbreaking breathtaking songs as a follow – up of last years “a crow looked at me”, sometimes even with biographical storytelling like Mark Kozelek does like in the overwhelming centerpiece Tintin in Tibet or in the outbreak in the ironic chorus “now only” … 50 more words

Albums April 2018

Here are the album reviews I wrote for the April issue of EL Magazine, which was distributed in Tokyo on March 25.

Both Sides of the Sky… 2,445 more words


Mount Eerie: Now Only (2018) - Album Review

I’ve found it hard to write anything about Mount Eerie’s two latest albums because they’re so unbelievably harrowing. It takes courage to listen, let alone write about them. 575 more words

Mount Eerie - Now Only

Last year, Mount Eerie released A Crow Looked at Me, which I couldn’t in good conscience say was my favourite album of 2017, but was without question the year’s landmark release. 780 more words