Axis’ cover art, pink rosebuds and black-eyed skeletons, gets at Vancouver singer-songwriter Stephen McBean’s duality just right. The CD’s bookends — ”Comas” and ”How We Can Get Free” — are haunting country-psych ballads; ”New Drugs” and ”Lord Let Us Shine” go for the fuzzy floor stomping of early Beck. He’s a man taken with strange angles; Evol is just love spelled backward. B
Axis of Evol Axis' cover art, pink rosebuds and black-eyed skeletons, gets at Vancouver singer-songwriter Stephen McBean's duality just right. The ...Axis of EvolRock Axis' cover art, pink rosebuds and black-eyed skeletons, gets at Vancouver singer-songwriter Stephen McBean's duality just right. The ...2006-03-06
Genre: Rock; Producer (group): Jagjaguwar
Posted January 17 2015 — 7:41 AM EST
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