Articles by Zachary Nathanson
Cross-rhythmic beats have kept the clock ticking very rapidly by lending in a terrifying universe that is shocking, intense, and right in your face.
It’s one hell of a ride that’ll put you through the incredible sights and sounds from the Moody Blues.
Crown Lands are the band to watch out for. They took the levels up to a maximum, and made it, more powerful.
36 minutes of this bad boy is all you need to keep your energy levels up. Holm-Lupo has cooked up more strange experiments inside his laboratory. And Solstein is a fantastic joy ride.
If you think Roger Waters is the angriest, Matlock takes it a step further by bringing in a shitload of heavy ammunition and machine gun fire.
Emma’s compositions don’t just simply move you, they hold onto you for dear life.
Like something out of Tangerine Dream’s book doing music for the play Oedipus Tyrannus in 1974, Möbius has really upped their game with the Six Drops of Poison, waiting to engage on all maximum levels.
The music from this show has the magic, the beauty, and the structure. It proved that Rollins and the Sarmanto trio, are bringing all of these ingredients to the performance that summer.
They’ve turned it into a scrambled leftover meal by leaving it in the refrigerator, uneaten, untouched, and making it, a disorientated jumble.
This here is a story done right with Ullah, Philipson, and Weaver at top of their game.
The way it’s presented, it may be unsettling, but the whole movement is quite spellbinding from start to finish.
If you’re very new to Sabbath after discovering the Ozzy-era and want to embark on the Dio years, this is the one that is highly recommended.
They let their fans know that their more than just a heavy, psychedelic band. But they proved themselves that they also have a softer side as well. It might divide a line in the sand, but that’s for another time.
If you’re very new to the Rocket label, this here is an incredible compilation to get you going.
If you want to do a BBC box set, you might want to release the entire sessions as a massive set, not just cherry pick classics.
Throughout the passages of time, Andrew Gold’s fraternity is worth exploring.
AVKRVST never disappointed me. All in all, there’s not a single bad track on this album.
The Fierce And The Dead have come back with even more electricity that’s running inside their veins, and getting more pumped-up to surprise fans on what to expect in the weeks to come.
Sanguinaria takes you into this mysterious parallel universe of folk-like songs with a haunting passageway.
16 is one of those debuts that just grabs your spine, and it’ll have you holding on for dear life.
Menneske may take a while to get into, but the way that De Forbandede have handled this bad boy, is to prove listeners on how real good music is supposed to be done from start to finish.