Do you have a desire for this week's best songs? Is there a craving running up your spine, down through your ribs, and across your left thigh via the Siamese twin embedded in your right calf? We've got the tunes to keep both you and Lil' Ned happy.
"It’s a song about my two biggest vices, but I’d rather drown with the monster than blow dry my wounds.” - Mish Way, White Lung vocalist
"...this is a true love stump speech, as soulful and direct as something so strange as love can be..."
"Get ready for your soul’s passport to get stamped at the Land of Milk and Honey’s immigration terminal. Visa expiration date: never."
"The hook 'Take it slowly, brother / let it go now brother' would be condescending in lesser hands, but Mac persists, bringing Donnie & Joe Emerson’s low-tide rock with its glassy guitar lines and two-steps-from-being-a-cult daze."
"Sweetly honking organs and distant, snarling distortion congregate at tortoise speed, and there’s even a slouch to Sharon’s voice that aligns nicely, and sadly, with the tedium in the lyrics."