Tuesday, July 17, 2018

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...

Album Review: the innocence mission – Sun On The Square

Pennsylvania-trio the innocence mission have come together once again, to deliver another gloriously beautiful and gentle record of chamber-folk stunners. Since the group's setup...

Album Review: Various Artists – Restoration (Nashville Edition): The Songs Of...

“Not another person doing country music” is the response I got from a friend when I said I was reviewing the latest Elton John...

Album Review: Jim James – Uniform Distortion

Most indie-rock fans are familiar with the name Jim James, as the front man of the critically-acclaimed band My Morning Jacket. James has released...

Album Review: Roo Panes – A Quiet Man

Behold sweet music fans, Roo Panes’ A Quiet Man has just been released and for anyone interested in gentle, sumptuous, contemporary folk – this is...

Album Review: Andy Jenkins – Sweet Bunch

Andy Jenkins has come out of the shadows and made his way into the Spacebomb new-artist spotlight. His debut album Sweet Bunch is a...

Album Review: Phil Cook – People Are My Drug

All-star musician and songwriter Phil Cook is back with his second solo album People Are My Drug. As a follow-up to his debut album...

Album Review: Snail Mail – Lush

In the past couple of years, a host of young, female-led indie-bands have been getting the music scene in a tizz, and 2018 is...

Album Review: Father John Misty – God’s Favorite Customer

The very first line of Father John Misty’s new album God’s Favorite Customer captures his satirical yet soulful song-making skills. “Sun is rising” he...

Album Review: Lord Huron – Vide Noir

LA indie-rockers Lord Huron have presented a fresh batch of new songs and titled the project Vide Noir. From the very introduction of the...