Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Album Review: The Staves & yMusic – The Way Is Read

We’ve all been anxiously awaiting new music from the singing and songwriting Staveley-Taylor sisters, since their last full-length album If I Was - produced by...

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: Tedeschi Trucks Band – Signs

Listeners can immediately tell from the piercing and electrifying guitar intros on the latest album from Tedeschi...

Album Review: Boy & Bear – Suck On Light

Ten years since the release of their debut album, Australian folk frontrunners Boy & Bear are back...

Album Review: John Craigie – Asterisk The Universe

As the son of a US Air Force general, it is probably safe to assume that John...

Album Review: Gem Andrews – North

There are just some albums you really need to just close off the world to feel the true beauty of it, and that is...

Album Review: Vance Joy – Nation Of Two

Vance Joy’s second studio album Nation Of Two is a joyful, uplifting album filled with familiar guitar riffs and comforting vocals. While Vance has made...

Album Review: Death Cab For Cutie – Thank You For Today

On album number nine, Thank You For Today, Death Cab For Cutie presents a powerful comeback from the previous experiment on the last record Kintsugi....

Album Review: The Mountain Goats – In League With Dragons

John Darnielle has made many, many records but this may be the first time he has written...

Album Review: Lucas Laufen – I Know Where Silence Lives

Lucas Laufen grew up in a small fishing town in South Australia called Port Lincoln. As such,the sea plays a big part...