Sunday, May 26, 2019

Album Review: Júníus Meyvant – Across The Borders

Júníus Meyvant's debut record Floating Harmonies opened with an extended instrumental, mixing film score styles including Bill...

Album Review: Sharon Van Etten – Remind Me Tomorrow

It’s been over four years since Are We There, and Sharon Van Etten is back with...

Album Review: Matt Corby – Rainbow Valley

Matt Corby has again teamed up with Dann Hume for his new album Rainbow Valley, which is named after the property Corby and his...

Album Review: Pierce Brothers – Atlas Shoulders

A debut album can often be a declaration of intent with a band. These are songs that an artist or band have crafted and...

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...

Album Review: Phosphorescent – C’est La Vie

The music of Phosphorescent (Matthew Houck) has been sorely missed over the past few years, especially after the glorious high that was his breakthrough...

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...

Album Review: John Smith – Hummingbird

Presenting his sixth studio album, John Smith has decided to offer six of his favourite folk songs, one cover, and three original compositions. Smith...

Album Review: Carl Broemel – Wished Out

Although fans of critically-acclaimed indie rock band My Morning Jacket haven’t heard a new album since The Waterfall in 2015, this year has been...

Album Review: Marissa Nadler – For My Crimes

Marissa Nadler is at the top of her game. The artist releases her 8th studio album, For My Crimes, this week via Bella Union and...