Gabe Rosenberg

Journalist, photographer, music geek, college student at Wesleyan University. Occasional dashing master of charm and wit. @gabrieljr
Live ReviewsLIVE REVIEW: Beck @ Central Park SummerStage, NYC 7/2/14
July 04. 2014 | By Gabe Rosenberg

LIVE REVIEW: Beck @ Central Park SummerStage, NYC 7/2/14

From the soft country of his new album to the punk of past incarnations, Beck brought 20
years of material to a sold-out Central Park crowd.

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Album Reviews“Future Former Self” by CHAPPO
April 15. 2014 | By Gabe Rosenberg

“Future Former Self” by CHAPPO

Future Former Self is a journey to the end of the universe, CHAPPO’s novel, excited exploration of the far reaches of psychedellia.

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Album Reviews“Himalayan” by Band of Skulls
April 01. 2014 | By Gabe Rosenberg

“Himalayan” by Band of Skulls

Band of Skulls just doesn’t have the guitar chops to make its riff-based blues rock stand out. On Himalayan, they’d be better off trying some silence.

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Album Reviews“Distraction” by Bear Hands
February 18. 2014 | By Gabe Rosenberg

“Distraction” by Bear Hands

Distraction shows Bear Hands in their dance-punk prime, but these Brooklynites perform best when their veil of confidence comes off.

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Album Reviews“<3s
January 14. 2014 | By Gabe Rosenberg

“<3s" by Sidney York

Sidney York’s new EP hints at original, warm pop music but slips into overproduced synth.

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Album Reviews“Glow & Behold” by Yuck
October 01. 2013 | By Gabe Rosenberg

“Glow & Behold” by Yuck

On Glow & Behold, Yuck move beyond the staples of lo-fi indie rock by cutting back on the fuzz and slowing down.

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Album Reviews“Negativity” by Deer Tick
September 24. 2013 | By Gabe Rosenberg

“Negativity” by Deer Tick

Deer Tick comes out of a dark place with an album newly filled with optimism, horns, and top-notch songwriting.

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Album Reviews“The Bones Of What You Believe” by CHVRCHES
September 24. 2013 | By Gabe Rosenberg

“The Bones Of What You Believe” by CHVRCHES

CHVRCHES come off as equally aggressive and vulnerable in the glossy ‘80s glam of their brilliant synth-pop debut album.

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