Friday, April 26, 2019

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: Sun Kil Moon – Common As Light And Love...

Sun Kil Moon's latest album release Common As Light And Love Are Red Valleys Of Blood is fairly unimpressive. While the lyrical content, which...

Album Review: Deep Throat Choir – Be Ok

Luisa Gerstein’s brainchild, all-female singing collective Deep Throat Choir have released an impressive debut album, Be Ok. Driven by the desire to strip her...

Album Review: Lowland Hum – Thin

From the very beginning ominous classical guitar pluckings of Palm Lines, track-one off of Lowland Hum’s third full-length release Thin, listeners will immediately feel...

Album Review: Strand Of Oaks – Hard Love

Timothy Showalter, who performs and records music under the moniker Strand Of Oaks, has lived through an insane emotional roller coaster in the last...

Album Review: Old Crow Medicine Show – Best Of

Two time Grammy-Award winners string-band Old Crow Medicine Show have kicked off their year with a healthy dose of nostalgia; releasing a Best Of...

Album Review: Jesca Hoop – Memories Are Now

Not one to be drowned out in a sea of voices, Jesca Hoop is uncompromisingly defiant. Her latest release, Memories Are Now, demands that...

Album Review: Elbow – Little Fictions

It's almost nine years since The Seldom Seen Kid announced the breakthrough of Mancunian troubadours Elbow, with their witty and poetic, uplifting and anthemic hits including Grounds...

Album Review: Toothless – The Pace Of The Passing

Generally, the announcement of a member temporarily splitting from a band I admire to release a solo album fills me with a nameless dread....

Album Review: Courtney Marie Andrews – Honest Life

With a musical history that boasts of five studio albums at the age of 25, which included a stint on tour with the likes...