The Unravelling’s ‘Master Drone’ a Return to Form [Review]

The Unravelling’s ‘Master Drone’ a Return to Form [Review]

The Unravelling’s Steve Moore has been recovering from a major illness ever since the duo exploded onto the industrial and metal scenes in 2010. The band was forced to take a prolonged sabbatical in 2011, but all the while, producer and guitarist Gustavo DeBeauville had been stockpiling material for Moore’s unique voice and lyrical style. […]

Rimi Attempts an ‘Unveiling’ of Her ‘Crossing Over’ Double EP [Review]

Rimi Attempts an ‘Unveiling’ of Her ‘Crossing Over’ Double EP [Review]

The marriage of traditional Indian music with modern, Western-style music has long been an elusive goal for both pop and indie artists. The 1960s was the heyday of this experimentation with Eastern forms of music, as artists like the Beatles traveled to the east and became enamored with the different sounds and spirituality of instruments […]

Kiravell’s ‘Vaudevellia!’ So Different, Almost Indefinable [Review]

Kiravell’s ‘Vaudevellia!’ So Different, Almost Indefinable [Review]

There have been few female solo musical artists in the past decade who come from such diverse backgrounds and have taken such a different approach to composition and genre-melding that they are almost indefinable. M.I.A., Santigold and Grimes hold slots in this very small pantheon, but it looks like with Meniyka Kiravell’s debut album, Vaudevellia! this […]