Sunday, August 25, 2019

Album Review: Sylvan Esso – What Now

The folktronica pop energy that Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn achieved on their debut album as Sylvan Esso does not amount to the same...

Album Review: Iron & Wine And Calexico – Years To Burn

14 years is a long time to wait for more genius musical material from this kick ass...

EP Review: The Wandering Hearts – Burning Bridges

Americana’s newest sweethearts, The Wandering Hearts, release their third single Burning Bridges this week, with three extra acoustic tracks to form their first EP release. Burning Bridges,...

Album Review: Ward Thomas – Restless Minds

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

Album Review: The National – Sleep Well Beast

Any die-hard fan of Brooklyn-via-Ohio band The National will say the best album is a tie between Alligator and Boxer. This defining era of post grunge, indie...

Album Review: The Barr Brothers – Queens Of The Breakers

Queens Of The Breakers by The Barr Brothers is a gift - a passionate embrace of this band's intrepid musical approach. Uniquely ambient and...

Album Review: Father John Misty – God’s Favorite Customer

The very first line of Father John Misty’s new album God’s Favorite Customer captures his satirical yet soulful song-making skills. “Sun is rising” he...

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: 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: Novo Amor – Birthplace

Over the years, Ali Lacey, artistically known as Novo Amor, has slowly, but enticingly given us tastes of his atmospheric infused folk. The celestial...