Tomtit Music Reviews Turns 30
Tomtit Music Reviews is a series of flash reviews covering releases in any genre. The first one was about trip-hop band Break Reform’s album Reformation. The most recent batch covered hip-hop, electronic avant-garde, alternative pop, break beats, rock, standards, pop punk, cybercore, screamo and ska. I hope you’ll read, clap and comment — always the best reminder for me to check out your writing.
Here’s a complete set of links:
De La Soul’s ‘And the Anonymous Nobody’ (TMR 30)
From Kickstarter to turntable, a bumpy ride
Tuxedomoon’s “Ninotchka” (TMR 29)
Getting to the bottom of a mysterious record sleeve
Arts the Beatdoctor’s ‘Transitions’ (TMR 27)
A full range of sensory experience in sound
Sum-41’s ‘Underclass Hero’ (TMR 24)
Sometimes flipping the bird is the only decent thing to do
Note: I wrote this for Medium.com. If you are reading this on another platform, it has been pirated. I quit the Medium Partner Program, so I’m not doing this for money. It is nice, however, to know someone’s reading, so please clap or comment to let me know somebody’s out there. Gladius adhuc lucet.