Sunday, August 18, 2019

Album Review: The Shins – Heartworms

The alternative/indie rock sensation The Shins are back with new music, their first since 2012’s Port Of Morrow. After a five-year break from the...

Album Review: Alison Krauss – Windy City

What is left to say about Alison Krauss that hasn't already been said? A 27-time Grammy Award winner, her legendary status on the country...

Album Review: Laura Marling – Semper Femina

Semper Femina which translates to "always woman" in Spanish, is the title of British folk singer Laura Marling's latest album. She's been amused by...

Album Review: Ryan Adams – Prisoner

Ryan Adams is a seasoned veteran when it comes to lighting up an intimate, 200 person capacity room, fine tuning each and every track...

Album Review: Leif Vollebekk – Twin Solitude

Leif Vollebekk, with his soothing and elegant vocals, has released his new album Twin Solitude - an album that feels so real and so calming....

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...