Of Montreal’s Aureate Gloom released this Tuesday on Polyvinyl Records.
You changed. I changed. We both fell down. Think of this as my version of “London Bridges” for sad and soon-to-be single adults.
The concept of change is integral to relationships, in both how we connect with our significant other and artists we adore. Accept each other’s changes and your relationship grows. Fail to do so and the relationship will disintegrate at best, implode at worst.
The Dodos’ new album, Individ, is out now on Polyvinyl Records.
Am I becoming a grumpy, old bastard incapable of writing anything positive? This question, in all its negative glory, lodged in my brain a few weeks back after I submitted my second album review for Spectrum Culture, a Portland-based arts site. I didn’t exactly pan the first two albums I reviewed – Ty Segall’s Mr. Face ep and The Sidekicks’ Runners in the Nerved World – but I didn’t have much good to say about them either.