Category Archive: album

Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders – review

For the past three weeks I’ve mulled this album over, and the conclusion can only be that Playmates is a timely, intelligent, and incredibly well-needed album for Australian rock in 2014. Three years… Read More

Review: The Interstellar OMP Soundtrack

Four scores and eight years ago, Hans Zimmer began his now long-standing collaboration with director Christopher Nolan. He now returns to be part of his latest endeavour, Interstellar. It presents itself to be… Read More

Evil Ed Interview – Part Two

In part one of his interview with 25ThC, Evil Ed discussed his album, The Enthusiast, which is now available digitally for the first time at his Bandcamp page. In this second-half of the interview, he… Read More

Album review: Celestial Shore – Enter Ghost

Liana Gow-Killingbeck checks out the latest longplayer from the Brooklyn-based trio: I’m going to be honest with you. Before yesterday, I had never heard of Celestial Shore. I was bored out of my brains… Read More

Azealia Banks – Broke With Expensive Taste

Last weekend, New York-based rapper Azealia Banks unleashed her highly-anticipated and long-awaited debut album into the world with no warning. Considering how the 23-year-old has been wrestling with the record since 2011, one… Read More

Review: King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard

Chloe Mayne takes a trip down the psychedelic river of “I’m in your Mind Fuzz”, the latest offering from Melbourne’s slightly-fried sonic sweethearts: Prolific and endearing gang of theremin-wielding sorcerers King Gizzard & the… Read More

Foxygen, …And Star Power – album review

Tenley Nordstrom reviews the latest longplayer from the Californian indie/rock duo: Foxygen’s new album dropped in my inbox like a brick. I had to double-take the 24-track listing. But don’t let that scare you… Read More

Tony Allen returns with Film of Life

Tony ‘the human metronome’ Allen is back with a brand new album “Film of Life” and a live show at London’s Village Underground. Somethingyousaid.com’s 25ThC investigates… Tony Allen was instrumental in the creation… Read More

Flights, History Be Kind – Album Review

Somethingyousaid.com’s Tom Spooner checks out the new offering from Bristol-based band, Flights: It is rare to hear guitar music that so effortlessly transcends genres as it does on History Be Kind. Flights’ resistance to… Read More

Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes – Thom Yorke

Somethingyousaid.com’s Tom Spooner live reviews Thom Yorke’s Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes on first listen. Here goes… Thom Yorke has just released an album. By ‘just’ I mean within the last few hours. It is available… Read More

The Beautiful Girls – Dancehall Days

Somethingyousaid.com’s Ruth Hodge checks out the latest longplayer from Matt McHugh and chums: The Beautiful Girls had a growth spurt in the last four years and now should really be called ‘The Beautiful Women’,… Read More

ODESZA, In Return – Album Review

Seattle-based electronic duo ODESZA are back with their sophomore album, In Return. It’s been two years since their debut release Summer’s Gone, but summer is definitely back, alive and kicking with their latest… Read More