Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Album Review: Josh Ritter – Gathering

Josh Ritter’s encyclopedic knowledge of American folk music infuses every track on his new album Gathering, with a rich nostalgia that manages to sidestep every...

Album Review: Bryde – Like An Island

Bryde’s mesmerizing voice not only captures the hearts of her listeners, but also displays versatility throughout her album Like An Island, which teeters on...

Album Review: Carl Broemel – Wished Out

Although fans of critically-acclaimed indie rock band My Morning Jacket haven’t heard a new album since The Waterfall in 2015, this year has been...

Album Review: The Tallest Man On Earth – I Love You....

With one of the most distinctive voices in folk today, The Tallest Man On Earth releases the...

Album Review: The Shins – Heartworms

The alternative/indie rock sensation The Shins are back with new music, their first since 2012’s Port Of Morrow. After a five-year break from the...

Album Review: Langhorne Slim – Lost At Last Vol. 1

I really love Langhorne Slim. I saw him at the Troubadour earlier this year, playing a solo set alone with his guitar. He was...

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: Ward Thomas – Restless Minds

Restless Minds, the follow-up to debut album From Where We Stand (2014) and Cartwheels (2016), is Ward...

Album Review: This Is The Kit – Moonshine Freeze

After a breakthrough record with Bashed Out in 2015, Kate Stables and her band This is The Kit are back with another exciting full...

Album Review: The Wood Brothers – One Drop Of Truth

One Drop Of Truth is the sixth studio album from The Wood Brothers. They call it their most free, independent and most 'them' of...