Category: Rock

  1. Gardasar Reply
    Stephen Joseph Malkmus (born May 30, ) is an American musician best known as the lead singer and guitarist of the indie rock band Pavement. Malkmus formed Pavement with Scott Kannberg (aka Spiral Stairs) while he was living in Stockton, California during the s. Their first album, Slanted& Enchanted, was released to critical acclaim, and the band continued to receive attention for.
  2. Bratilar Reply
    Mar 25,  · This is Stephen Malkmus talking with me on the phone about the title of his latest solo album, gentle song that always stood out among the chaos of Pavement’s albums and that mostly appeared on the first Malkmus solo album in the form of “Church on White” or “Trojan Curfew.” And it’s here that the album begins to take its turn.
  3. Kazidal Reply
    ”[The] Wel EP re-imagines a world where we come together as one, take charge of our fate, and move towards common goals in tackling the many global problems we face as a species,” says Endeguena Mulu aka Ethiopian Records, a co-founder of the style known as Ethiopiyawi electronic.“Artists and creative industry players in almost all African countries identify the lack of funds as the.
  4. Kagahn Reply
    And while the surprisingly straightforward rocker "Discretion Grove" and "Trojan Curfew" -- a pretty, countrified ballad about the Trojan War that rhymes "doric arch" with "pyhrric march" -- could have fit on Pavement's later works, Stephen Malkmus does feature some twists and turns that differentiate the album from Malkmus' old band.
  5. Tojalkree Reply
    Jan 31,  · Stephen Malkmus is a more coherent album than any one Pavement release, which can be seen as both a good and bad quality. There's less variation between the songs in .
  6. Mekazahn Reply
    I've recently discovered that Stephen Malkmus' self-titled album from is really good (and really under-appreciated, I think). 'Phantasies', 'Jo Jo's Jacket', 'Church on White', and 'Jenny And The Ess-Dog' are all top-tier Malkmus songs.
  7. Goltikus Reply
    You could almost say that it's a concept album of sorts in that it's a collection of brief, whimsical, often nonsensical flights of fancy that sees Malkmus don many different hats, from that of a pirate ("The Hook") to an Odyssean traveler ("Trojan Curfew") to the son of a Coca-Cola middleman ("Jenny and the Ess-Dog").
  8. Bajin Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the g Vinyl release of Stephen Malkmus on Discogs.