Friday, October 30, 2020

Album Review: Keston Cobblers Club – Almost Home

“The idea was to go back to song writing in its simplicity, based around nostalgia and the idea of 'home'" - these are the...

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: Conor Oberst – Salutations

On October 14th, 2016 Conor Oberst presented a draft of Ruminations that demonstrated the basic simplicity and emotion it takes to produce original, entertaining...

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...