Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Album Review: Chris Stapleton – From A Room: Volume 1

It's been two years since the massive success of Chris Stapleton's first album Traveler and we've all been yearning for more music from the country...

Album Review: Lucy Rose – No Words Left

Excitement built up on the morning of January 9th when I received a letter. It was a...

Album Review: Angel Olsen – Phases

Angel Olsen is back with a special new release of B-sides, rarities and outtakes titled Phases. The intimate, acoustic attitude is displayed immediately from...

Album Review: Beirut – Gallipoli

At its best, Beirut feels like music made for the wandering, for the vagabonds who lead a...

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: Luluc – Sculptor

Australian folk duo Luluc, comprised of Zoe Randell and Steve Hasset just released their third album. Sculptor will exceed the hopes of all fans...

Album Review: The Lumineers – III

It has been seven years since The Lumineers first ‘Ho-Hey’d’ their way into the spotlight. Since that...

Album Review: Ben Howard – Noonday Dream

Ben Howard has an uncanny ability to create an incredibly special, intimate experience for his listeners, both live and through his albums. It’s no...

Album Review: The Wild Reeds – The World We Built

On their second full-length album, The Wild Reeds have demonstrated just how far their wild ambitions, exhilarating talent and thrilling versatility extend. The World...

Album Review: Ward Thomas – Restless Minds

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