Friday, May 25, 2018

Album Review: The War On Drugs – A Deeper Understanding

Following the release of Adam Granduciel's landmark project Lost In The Dream in March 2014, the third record from his band The War On Drugs and...

Album Review: Iron & Wine – Beast Epic

Over the years, Sam Beam has experimented with various musical styles beyond his breathy, unrefined folk, and this time around, Iron & Wine releases Beast...

EP Review: Josh Arbour – Josh Arbour

With the first twang of sugar-sweet gravel in Josh Arbour’s voice on Corinne, the first track on his self-titled debut EP, Arbour announces his...

EP Review: Margo Price – Weakness

With a surprise release, Margo Price has released a 4 song EP entitled Weakness that cements her new legacy as a great songwriter with a...

Album Review: Lucy Rose – Something’s Changing

Thank Folk favourite Lucy Rose is back with the release of her third studio album Something’s Changing; both old fans and new listeners would...

Album Review: This Is The Kit – Moonshine Freeze

After a breakthrough record with Bashed Out in 2015, Kate Stables and her band This is The Kit are back with another exciting full...

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: 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: 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: Dispatch – America, Location 12

At a time when social and political tensions permeate our everyday existence, groundbreaking indie favorite Dispatch have released a sort of antidote to modern...