Whether you’re contemplating the universe on a windswept country drive, or gazing longingly from the window of a grand Victorian home, Antony & the Johnson’s “Cut the World” serves as the perfect soul-searching accompaniment.
The Smiths are made for Upstate New York. They’re introspective, a little bitchy, and they make you feel like you’re in on the joke.
There’s something about Hall & Oates that was meant to be heard on a car stereo as you meander from antique shop to swimming hole to farm stand.
“Shrines” is the album you would record if you hauled a huge set of synthesizers into a beautiful, partially-collapsed factory.