Belly – “Now They’ll Sleep”

Yesterday, February 13, marked the 27th anniversary of the release of Belly‘s second album King, and this surprises me a little bit. I remember very clearly walking to the HMV at University Plaza during my freshman year at Waterloo and buying my copy on CD the day of release, but I always thought that it […]

Ride’s Nowhere on #TimsTwitterListeningParty

The 30th anniversary of Ride’s debut Nowhere was technically last October, but Autumn 2020 was hardly a time where anyone anywhere felt like celebrating anything. It’s debatable how good things are a year on, but they’re definitely better, so if they want to treat the record’s 31st birthday as a do-over for the 30th, that’s […]

The Clientele – “Reflections After Jane”

While 2003’s The Violet Hour is technically The Clientele’s full-length debut, it’s 2000’s Suburban Light, which collected two years’ worth of singles, EPs, and compilation appearances that made their name and gets them the most praise. It’s also the only one of them still available vinyl, as it was reissued for its 25th anniversary in […]

My Bloody Valentine’s Isn’t Anything on #TimsTwitterListeningParty

Kevin Shields doesn’t really seem a Twitter kind of guy, but with the Domino re-release of the remastered reissues My Bloody Valentine’s of Loveless and Isn’t Anything rolling out today, he found his AOL password and along with the rest of band all sharing the @mbvofficial account, got online this week to participate in an […]

The Cure’s Pornography on #TimsTwitterListeningParty

Even though Robert Smith is on Twitter, he’s more about retweeting commentary on politics than chatting music (or maybe just avoiding questions on where the next Cure album is) so it fell on founding member and former drummer Lol Tolhurst to offer commentary on their 1982 record Pornography for #TimsTwitterListeningParty last October. The Cure / […]