Everyone please welcome back Dr. Octagon, the world's only time traveling alien surgeon: The multi-talented doctor is back now a third time on a brand new record titled Moosebumps: An Exploration Into Modern Day Horripilation.
The Carpenters Singles 1969-1981 covers all of the hits with a few of their rarer songs mixed in for good measure. The mastering is accurate to the era they were originally recorded but the 96kHz/24-bit tracks opened up all of the light and shade of the original releases.
The music on Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino might not catch your ear, but Turner's lyrical stories are sure to keep you paying attention.
Moby has been prolific. Highly prolific with over 100 albums. The New Yorker can probably lay good claim to being both loved and loathed; on the negative side for trivialising and popularising techno, and on the positive, bringing thought to it?
Although some of the music is really, really good, it’s just not an album that invites you to your easy chair for forty-eight minutes of listening. To me that’s kind of a shame because – as usual – Frank Turner has some good things to say and he says them in a very musical way.