Thursday, November 21, 2019

Album Review: Bedouine – Bird Songs Of A Killjoy

As the raindrops drip down the window on a wet Sunday afternoon in June, one questions when...

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: Gregory Alan Isakov – Evening Machines

The long-awaited Evening Machines is genuine Gregory Alan Isakov — a hauntingly beautiful and pensive, yet consoling album. This release feels like an elevated...

EP Review: The Staves – Sleeping In A Car

Jessica, Camilla and Emily Staveley-Taylor have climbed a pretty path to the indie folk spotlight. Beginning their journey as the Watford local pub, open-mic,...

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: A Blaze Of Feather – A Blaze Of Feather

Rugged and mysterious, A Blaze Of Feather’s self-titled debut release is somewhat victorious. Notoriously enigmatic, the band are thus far as renowned for their...

Album Review: Passenger – Runaway

On his ninth studio album, Mike Rosenberg (aka Passenger), takes us on a road trip through America. This album truly feels like that and...

Album Review: Fenne Lily – On Hold

Sumptuous and simple, Fenne Lily’s On Hold is a sweet debut album, filled with wholesome tracks about heartbreak, family and relationships. Lily’s vocals are...

Album Review: Haley Heynderickx – I Need To Start A Garden

The debut album by Mama Bird Recording artist Haley Heynderickx gives the Pacific Northwest (and the world) another healthy dose of the folk music...

Album Review: Strand Of Oaks – Eraserland

Timothy Showalter, AKA Strand Of Oaks, is nothing if not a wearer of hearts on sleeves. Previous...