Friday, February 3, 2023

Live Review: First Aid Kit – Town Hall, NYC

Klara and Johanna Söderberg are the genius sister indie-folk duo more famously known as First Aid Kit. Recently they passed through New York City...

Album Review: The Lumineers – Cleopatra

Not all of the hit songs The Lumineers wrote in the late 2000’s made the cut for their self titled debut in 2012. As...

Album Review: Margo Price – Strays

Although the critical success of Margo Price's first two albums was undeniable, the records were perhaps too...

Live Review: Andy Jenkins – Mercury Lounge, NYC

Spacebomb Record’s hot new summer release, Sweet Bunch by Andy Jenkins, is a must listen and if you’re lucky enough, he’s bringing his band to...

Album Review: The Avett Brothers – The Gleam III

The Avett Brothers recorded their third installment of 'The Gleam' series of projects before the COVID-19 pandemic...

Album Review: Jonny Fritz – Sweet Creep

A very easy trap for contemporary folk artists (and, in fact, all artists across all mediums) is to exploit the fan base by playing...

Album Review: Beirut – No No No

Beirut, the brainchild of Zack Condon, are the type of band to soundtrack certain ‘moments’ in time; the jazzy trumpets perhaps accompanying a hazy...

Review: Gerard And The Watchmen – The Leper Chapel, Cambridge

Whilst the decadent stars lit the night sky, our path was determined by tea lights. A potent trail of rustic incense goaded us in...

Live Review: J. Roddy Walston & The Business – Music Hall...

As a preview for the release of their upcoming, fourth full-length album Destroyers Of The Soft Life, the Richmond, Virginia southern rock four-piece J....

Album Review: Haley Heynderickx – I Need To Start A Garden

The debut album by Mama Bird Recording artist Haley Heynderickx gives the Pacific Northwest (and the world) another healthy dose of the folk music...
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