A2: Music

Writing on Adequacy.net, Euan Wallace reviews the album “Gargoyles and Weather Vanes” by the Ann Arbor duo The White Ravens, calling it “heavy on twee, occasionally silly, bright pop music marked by twitchy eccentricity. … Though they’re clearly capable of moments of pop mastery, evident from the first few songs on this album, many of the tunes melt into obscurity and sail past fairly pleasantly but indifferently all the same. There’s potential for greatness here without doubt and there’s a lot of variety spread across the album, but the trouble is that the variety is too sporadic and often unrewarding.” [Source]