Tag Archives: Dine Alone

Wintersleep – The Great Detachment

Wintersleep, from Halifax, Nova Scotia, are back with their first album since 2012’s Hello Hum. They are a very popular band in their home country but not as well known in the U.S. Melodic, anthemic, radio-friendly alt-rock with big guitars. The Great Detachment is a consistent, if not particularly groundbreaking set of songs. Standout tracks […]

Sego – Long Long Way From The Fringe

Long Long Way From The Fringe is the debut EP from Sego, a duo from Los Angeles who blend a bunch of familiar genres into something unique. Each song sounds different than the last. You’ll hear the dance-punk of LCD Soundsystem or The Rapture in tracks like opener “The Fringe”, and then you’ll hear something […]

Miami Horror- All Possible Future

All Possible Futures is the latest from the Australian group Miami Horror. The music is peppy Pop Dance with some Disco Dance and Indie Dance undercurrents. The music is upbeat and sunny, perfect for these warm spring days. RIYD: Flight Facilities, The Presets Tracks: 1,4,5,8,13

We Are Scientists – TV En Francais

TV En Francais is the fifth album from We Are Scientists, who are known for songs like “Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt” and “After Hours” as well as some funny music videos. They are from California but could easily be mistaken for being British, as they play a style of guitar pop comparable to bands […]