Year Album Artist Stars Score Genre 2022 Asphalt Meadows Death Cab For Cutie ★★★½ 65 Rock Alternative Rock Death Cab For Cutie has been in the post-prime of their career for over a decade. After the peaks of Transatlanticism and Plans, the band started to sound more polished and commercial, leaning more into pop mixingContinue reading “Asphalt Meadows – Death Cab for Cutie ★★★½”
Year Album Artist Stars Score Genre 2000 We Have The Facts and We’re Voting Yes! Death Cab For Cutie ★★★ 63 Rock Alternative Rock Indie Rock “Title Track” is a really appropriate opening for Death Cab for Cutie’s second record. It starts with the same raw, kind of muddy sounds and sad, lonely feeling foundContinue reading “We Have The Facts and We’re Voting Yes – Death Cab for Cutie ★★★”
Year Album Artist Stars Score Genre 1998 Something About Aitplanes Death Cab For Cutie ★★½ 48 Rock Indie Rock Death Cab for Cutie’s 1998 debut is far from the more accessible, sometimes cutesy and often relatable indie-pop music the band will become known for in the mid to late 2000s. It’s a gritty, raw, grayContinue reading “Something About Airplanes – Death Cab For Cutie ★★½”
by Nicholas Cicale (@nickcicale) A list of my favorite albums to come out in the 2000s (2000-2009). Decade Rank Album Artist Year Stars Rating 1 Kid A Radiohead 2000 ✮✮✮✮✮ 99 2 In Rainbows Radiohead 2007 ✮✮✮✮✮ 98 3 Transatlanticism Death Cab For Cutie 2003 ✮✮✮✮✮ 95 4 Funeral Arcade Fire 2004 ✮✮✮✮✮ 94 5Continue reading “My Favorite Albums Of The 2000s”
by Nicholas Cicale (@nickcicale) The lists are a bit longer than usual because I liked a lot that came out this year, but here are my favorite Alternative, Hip-hop, and Pop songs from 2015.
by Nicholas Cicale (@nickcicale) Carrie & Lowell is the year’s most personal album, and probably the darkest. Driven entirely by a folk guitar, a muted piano and Steven’s vocals, each track creates a portrait of the past, as he intimately whispers stories, his deepest thoughts and his fears. Obviously, many of the songs sound theContinue reading “YEAR IN REVIEW: My favorite albums of 2015”