Thursday, September 19, 2019

Album Review: Tedeschi Trucks Band – Signs

Listeners can immediately tell from the piercing and electrifying guitar intros on the latest album from Tedeschi...

Album Review: Ray LaMontagne – Part Of The Light

One of my favorite artists returns this week, with his seventh studio album, titled Part Of The Light. With only nine tracks recorded at...

Album Review: Billie Marten – Feeding Seahorses By Hand

Billie Marten has been on our radar since 2014, when she came to the fore with the...

Album Review: Fleet Foxes – Crack-Up

For many indie-folk lovers, Fleet Foxes are undoubtedly a favorite, if not the favorite band. Their music is uniquely magnificent and vintage, and after...

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...

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: Isaac Gracie – Isaac Gracie

Starting with a heartbeat, Terrified opens the debut album from Isaac Gracie, and what a statement it is to mark his place in the...

Album Review: Jenny Lewis – On The Line

It's been almost five years since the colourful and flamboyant The Voyager and one senses that Jenny Lewis' rainbow suit and guitar...

Album Review: Johnny Flynn – Sillion

Johnny Flynn’s long-awaited fourth studio album, Sillion, is a luscious and brooding exploration of the dimensions of what folk can be, tinted with elements...

Album Review: Bon Iver – i,i

Attention Justin Vernon fans. If you aren’t familiar with his other projects: Big Red Machine, Volcano Choir,...