Monthly Archives: May 2013

What We Saw from the Cheap Seats (2012) – Regina Spektor

What We Saw from the Cheap Seats will further divide Spektor’s fan-base,  as it continues her emphasis on sleeker production, that whilst elevated Begin to Hope (2006), tired to some degree on 2009’s directionless Far. ‘Cheap Seats, however, has more in

What We Saw from the Cheap Seats (2012) – Regina Spektor

What We Saw from the Cheap Seats will further divide Spektor’s fan-base,  as it continues her emphasis on sleeker production, that whilst elevated Begin to Hope (2006), tired to some degree on 2009’s directionless Far. ‘Cheap Seats, however, has more in

Patchwork (1971) – Bobbie Gentry

Gentry’s first collection of entirely self-written material, the fittingly titled Patchwork is a piecemeal work of country, gospel and show-tune motifs, not to mention filmic interludes. Sounds exhausting, but as ever Gentry is more than up to task. No dark

Patchwork (1971) – Bobbie Gentry

Gentry’s first collection of entirely self-written material, the fittingly titled Patchwork is a piecemeal work of country, gospel and show-tune motifs, not to mention filmic interludes. Sounds exhausting, but as ever Gentry is more than up to task. No dark