This record only confirmed what everyone has already thought of them as: dads.
WOW! It’s a new Beck album.
The Ooz was good but it did not measure up to his other work. The fluidity of it just wasn’t up to par and it felt very divided.
As a direct sequel set decades after the events of the first Blade Runner film, 2049 builds off of many plot points from the original and makes mentions of events that already transpired.
After a seven-year hiatus, Cry Cry Cry sparks the return of Wolf Parade.
One album in particular seems to capture a moment of history and brings the sounds and energy of the CBGB scene into a well-produced record.
This album is a huge step up from their last album as I feel they really developed their sound.
With a career spanning eight years, the band has never made identical sounding records. Consequently, this could be attributed to the fact that they’ve never even had the same band twice.
So, how did the rest of the album stack up against that – ahem – memorable first single? Actually, pretty well.
Scott is questioning the life she chose, or more appropriately the life she has on this record, and that seems to be the overarching theme on this record.