Sunday, August 18, 2019

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...

EP Review: V Torres – Real Life Love

I caught V Torres’ performance at the Hotel Café in Hollywood this past weekend, where she was celebrating the release of her new solo...

Album Review: Death Cab For Cutie – Thank You For Today

On album number nine, Thank You For Today, Death Cab For Cutie presents a powerful comeback from the previous experiment on the last record Kintsugi....

Album Review: The Wood Brothers – One Drop Of Truth

One Drop Of Truth is the sixth studio album from The Wood Brothers. They call it their most free, independent and most 'them' of...

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: 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: Benjamin Booker – Witness

If you think that punk or poetry have no power in the twenty first century, you haven’t been paying attention to artists like Benjamin...

Album Review: Stella Donnelly – Beware Of The Dogs

If Stella Donnelly's previous EP was not unlike a stripped-back, acoustic Courtney Barnett record, then her debut...

Album Review: Julien Baker – Turn Out The Lights

Julien Baker’s Turn Out The Lights is a sombre exploration of religion, self-doubt and sexuality – the vocals are willowy, the vibe is emo-esque. This is...