I’ve been dwelling on Seattle band The Soft Hills‘ new LP, Chromatisms, for several weeks now. It’s been a stumper; there are so many songs here that I dig, like feature track “Sweet Louise” and the mysterious “Dear Mr. Moonlight”. Yet I’ve had a tough time finding the words.
Listening to Sweden’s Dial M For Murder, one gets the eerie feeling that this could very well be how Interpol would sound were they to hail from the indie pop centers of Sweden. That, or maybe this band had a bit of an early youthful obsession with Bauhaus. Fiction Of Her Dreams is filled with… Continue reading Dial M For Murder: Fiction Of Her Dreams [Album Review]