Sunday 31st August 2014,


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    Caught Up In Your Love Affair

    Let’s talk about pop music. Top 40 hits are rarely our focus here at Type In Stereo, and yet sometimes a song will come under the inscrutable magnifying glass of the public eye that is

  • Mind Eraser

    The Memory Eraser Debate: A Type In Stereo Roundtable

    Perhaps it’s in the form of a pill or maybe it’s a more complicated, Matrix-style computer/brain interface. In the end, it doesn’t matter how the device is manifested, the important part is whether or not

  • fun.

    The Lyricist: One Foot

    Music is important. This much we can all agree upon. But lyrics? That tends to be a matter of great debate. Staff writer Brennan is here to argue that lyrics can and should be valuable

  • lion and wolf

    The Lyricist: The Lion and the Wolf

    Music is important. This much we can all agree upon. But lyrics? That tends to be a matter of great debate. Staff writer Brennan is here to argue that lyrics can and should be valuable

  • Brave Bird Maybe You LP

    Brave Bird – Maybe You, No One Else Worth It

    Brave Bird’s album Maybe You, No One Else Worth It (Count Your Lucky Stars Records)  is a tough sell in a world of 30 second previews. Today a band needs to hook you in that half-minute

Parmesans
Posted On January 11, 2014 | No Comments

Two days ago I sat in a restaurant enjoying a meal with some friends. It was a day of snow and cold, the likes of which only a “polar vortex” could produce, and so naturally, [...]

manchester_orchestra_pressphoto_1
Posted On November 25, 2013 | No Comments

For those members of my audience that are mere figments of my imagination (that is, almost certainly all of you), the constant soundtrack in my head is likely maddening. It’s not so much that it [...]

never give up
Posted On June 4, 2013 | No Comments

As you may have heard, I recently had the chance to talk with Stephen Carradini from Independent Clauses about his indie and folk tribute to The Postal Service, Never Give Up: 10 Years of Celebrating [...]

2013
Posted On January 2, 2014 | No Comments

Another year, another list.  While last year was a bit of a cold fart for music, 2013 proved to be a cornucopia of great albums ranging from surprising débuts to some of the best comeback [...]