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Could Fellini come up with this plot twist? Telling the tale of the cyclops through the lens of high and low culture, in O'Brother, Where Art Thou? Brian Cullman's "Someday Miss You" taps into American roots music, carries it across the Atlantic and back for a sound that is both of the past and present. Grindcore institution Napalm Death finally reconcile their experimental side with their ultra-harsh roots on Throes of Joy in the Jaws of Defeatism.
Gianfranco Rosi's expansive documentary, Notturno , is far too remote for its burningly immediate subject matter. Skip to content Search query All Results. Pitchfork is the most trusted voice in music. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Open share drawer. Like the band's best work, the new record is awash in bittersweet melodies and led by the haunting voice of Makino.
But the key to the album's success is its quiet restraint. Blonde Redhead trades its dissonant guitars for swooping synth pads and ethereal electronics, and yet the band's songwriting is as moody and evocative as ever. The instrumentation is equally minimal. Where "Here Sometimes" and "Not Getting There" are more lavishly arranged with guitars, strings and drums, "Love or Prison" builds slowly from glacial electronic soundscapes and tone-bending synth lines.Jun 18, · What you see above is "Here Sometimes", a new song from Blonde Redhead, those veteran sculptors of guitar fuzz and glamorous grime, who have been pretty quiet ever since the album We don't.