Interpol Returns with Their Best Album in Years with ‘Marauder’

Let’s face it, Interpol hasn’t been the same band since their key founding member and bassist, Carlos Dengler, left the band in 2010. Since then, Interpol has released a couple of mediocre albums, including their atmospheric dark self-titled album in 2010 and the safe “returns-to-form” El Pintor in 2014. However, given the sound of their … More Interpol Returns with Their Best Album in Years with ‘Marauder’

Franz Ferdinand Reestablish Themselves on ‘Always Ascending’

The most recent from the Scottish-rockers, Franz Ferdinand, proves that the band has not yet lost their edge in music and are one of the greatest bands to come out of 2000’s – who are still balanced and relevant to this day. We last heard from them in 2016, when they took aim at then-Republican … More Franz Ferdinand Reestablish Themselves on ‘Always Ascending’

How Beck Established his Genre-Bending Legacy on ‘Mutations’

In 1998, it seemed that there was more to Beck than his “slacker” rapping pounding Generation X anthem “Loser.” In 1996, Beck released his supreme second official studio album, Odelay, which many consider his best album, launching him into being one of the greatest artists from the 1990s. Like Beck’s previous album, Mellow Gold (1994), it was an album … More How Beck Established his Genre-Bending Legacy on ‘Mutations’