Retrospective Reviews

This board moves The Mezzanine's focus from the present to the past. These reviews take a look at albums from yesteryear that made a real impact on the music industry.
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Animal Collective have transformed their sound over and over again. Here's our take on their peak performance: 'Merriweather Post Pavilion' from 2009.

Animal Collective have transformed their sound over and over again. Here's our take on their peak performance: 'Merriweather Post Pavilion' from

Jeff Buckley's life came to an end with him only releasing one album: 'Grace'. Here's our review of this landmark record.

concert, guitar and jeff buckley image on We Heart It

Portishead are one of the most important bands in the trip-hop movement. Here, The Mezzanine looks at their debut album; 'Dummy'

Portishead’s Adrian Utley shows off synth collection, taps up Andy Stott on film score – FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music.

In a second Elliott Smith retrospective, The Mezzanine takes a look at 'XO', Elliott's next to last album when he was alive.

Here Are the First Few Minutes of Heaven Adores You, the Upcoming Elliott Smith Documentary

Andy Stott's brand of dub-techno is fantastic. His album, 'Luxury Problems' was a resounding success. Here's our look at it in a retrospective article

One Kings Lane - In Black & White - Phillip Gendreau, Olympic High Dive

Here's my retrospective look at #BobDylan's #TheTimesTheyAreAChangin #review #sixties

Bob Dylan Playing Guitar and Harmonica into Microphone. 1965 Music Photo - 30 x 41 cm

Here's our retrospective of 'Pink Moon' - Nick Drake's final album. #nickdrake #music #pinkmoon

Nick Drake I discovered this beautiful, troubled folk singer-songwriter in the His music and lyrics are simple, haunting and so very English - from another time.

Tom Waits has made a career out of being an oddity. His blues faze was fantastic and here's a look at one of his best: 'Small Change'.

Small Change LP by Tom Waits - 1976 Asylum Records First Pressing - Asylum - 1078

Here's a retrospective look at The Mezzanine's namesake album from Massive Attack: the UK's trip-hop giants!

Here's a retrospective look at The Mezzanine's namesake album from Massive Attack: the UK's trip-hop giants!

In a guest article, a retrospective look at Public Enemy's landmark album; 'Fear of a Black Planet' shows exactly why this album made hip-hop what it is today!

Fear of a Black Planet - Fear of a Black Planet is the third studio album by American hip hop group Public Enemy, released on April by Def Jam Recordings and Columbia Records.

Danny Brown is an odd one. Here's his latest record; 'Old', in a retrospective. His brand of hip-hop is pretty impressive.

Danny Brown is an odd one. Here's his latest record; 'Old', in a retrospective. His brand of hip-hop is pretty impressive.

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