The Singular make a wonderful sound. Space like and textural in its atmosphere, The Sad Machine shows the band to have shades of Muse and Radiohead, but perhaps without the rock tendencies of either of these bands Read more “themusiccritic.co.uk”→
The Singular are a band from Akron, Ohio, home to avant-garde legends Devo, as well as my cousin Michael Anne and her family. I would be willing to bet that the band are aware of Devo, but probably not of my relatives. Typical.
The Singular are a band that refuse to let music simply be a background to our superficial lives. Their debut EP cant simply play in your car, it cant simply be on a TV show, nor can it let any listener in its vicinity simply be. Read more “Exclaim! Music Magazine”→
After the first two songs–one robotic, the other slow ‘n’ echoey–I harbored real concerns that The Singular’s debut would be a glum trip indeed. But with the arrival of the third song, all was set to rights. Read more “Zapruder Point”→