Savages tap into a mythic vein of Joy Division-esque, post-punk fury on Silence Yourself.
If Silent Shout was a late night scare flick, Shaking the Habitual is the horror movie that happens in broad daylight.
The Strokes complete their extreme makeover toward a polished, 80's-style sound and produce their most enjoyable material in a decade.
My (humble) best music of 2012:
My 2 cents:
At its hollow core, Coexist is an album about two people who seemingly no longer can.
The sonic equivalent to having both ADD and claustrophobia.
Especially on Isn't Anything. My thoughts:
You'll especially notice the difference on Isn't Anything with a pair of good headphones. Honestly, all three remasters are worth the buy.
Here's my take:
Why Lana Del Rey's image is actually more powerful than her sound...