Sunday, July 12, 2020

Album Review: Courtney Marie Andrews – May Your Kindness Remain

Arguably the theme of May Your Kindness Remain is flaws - Courtney Marie Andrews’ flaws (“guess I’m rough, rough around the edges”), flaws in...

Album Review: Liza Anne – Fine But Dying

Fine But Dying is Nashville artist Liza Anne’s third album, offering a touching account of heartbreak and mental illness in a very beautiful and...

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: Marlon Williams – Make Way For Love

A modern day Elvis is a fair assessment of the singer/songwriter tender style of New Zealander Marlon Williams. Recently, Marlon released his second full-length...

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: Jonathan Wilson – Rare Birds

Abundant in textures and sounds, Jonathan Wilson’s Rare Birds is a nuanced album that will surely get you out of that music rut you’re...

Album Review: S. Carey – Hundred Acres

Sean Carey is best known as the co-frontman of the critically-acclaimed indie-alternative folk ban Bon Iver, alongside Justin Vernon. What Bon Iver fans may...

Album Review: The Wandering Hearts – Wild Silence

Think Fleetwood Mac, First Aid Kit, Of Monsters And Men and the like, and then put them to one side (though I am a...

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...

Album Review: Tim Hart – The Narrow Corner

Descending from the Australian folk-rock band Boy & Bear, Tim Hart steps out of the super rustic, folky box this time around with his...