"Instead of crying and puking about all the troubles of the world, this record offers a different solution: dancing it all out."
"Borrowing from older genres and mining long-forgotten albums is a birthright of any hard working, smart musician."
"I think, in a way, all great recordings are created for the subconscious mind."
Chad Peck dissects the many sides of Stephen Malkmus on the latest Jicks record.
Hundreds of Days debunks everything Terra Naomi thought she knew about harp music.
Two Parts Together is about asking questions, and the band is clever enough not to answer them for us.
Or maybe even someone you don't.
The album guides listeners through the mental environments their creator inhabits.
A review organized in double-sided moods: fast and laconic, awake and asleep, lonesome and communal.
The band's earnestness is evident in every hook and harmony.