Friday, January 18, 2019

EP Review: Daniel Emond – Kill The Whale

On November 30th 2017, last year, Daniel Emond released the debut EP for his concept album in development, Kill The Whale. On the heels...

Review: The Avett Brothers – The Carpenter

    Oh, The Avett Brothers. What have you become? I And Love And You may have been the signal of a shift towards a sound that...

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: Dispatch – America, Location 12

At a time when social and political tensions permeate our everyday existence, groundbreaking indie favorite Dispatch have released a sort of antidote to modern...

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: Valerie June – The Order Of Time

I was introduced to Valerie June a few years ago at the AfroPunk fest in Brooklyn and was captivated from the get go. A lady...

Album Review: Julien Baker – Turn Out The Lights

Julien Baker’s Turn Out The Lights is a sombre exploration of religion, self-doubt and sexuality – the vocals are willowy, the vibe is emo-esque. This is...

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...

Album Review: Rayland Baxter – Wide Awake

It seems that the world of passable, digestible, indie-folk-pop is an ever-expanding landscape that continues to disappoint over time. With pretentious, pseudo-philosophical lyrics a...

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....