Cut Copy — Let’s Try it Again

Here’s a case of maybe needing to listen to a CD more than a few times before making a solid judgment call. Or maybe actually believing other music lovers and giving a CD another shot when you’ve written it off yourself. Such is the case with Cut Copy’s Bright Like Neon Love. While listening to iTunes on shuffle the other day, I found myself really …

Big in ’05 – The Bravery

Bravery. Hailing from New York, the Bravery evokes ‘80s New Wave that you can rock and dance to with a look that says they really like the Clash — except on days when they’re feeling Andy Warhol. The band got its start more or less as a backlash to the city’s electroclash scene, which singer Sam Endicott has openly admitted to hating –- at least …

Ian Brown — Solarized

It’s always been amazing to me how British music fans can completely and wholly rally around an artist, like Robbie Williams or Kylie and America just doesn’t pay any attention. Such is the case with Ian Brown. Many of you likely know him as the frontman for the Stone Roses – ah, the Stone Roses, where dance music seamlessly meshed with rock. For without the …