Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Album Review: Oliver Wood – Always Smilin’

Have no fear longtime fans of the Wood Brothers! Oliver Wood’s new solo album is no indication...

Album Review: Iron & Wine – Archive Series No: 5 Tallahassee

The story goes that Iron & Wine’s first LP The Creek Drank The Cradle was carefully selected from a...

Album Review: Julia Stone – Sixty Summers

This isn't the first time Julia Stone has gone it alone. Two albums in 2010 and 2012...

Album Review: Sharon Van Etten – epic 10

epic 10 is Sharon Van Etten’s gorgeous celebration and revival of her 2010 album epic. For this double-LP, the original album is...

Album Review: Ben Howard – Collections From The Whiteout

The title of the new release from Ben Howard doesn’t give many clues as to the vibe...

Album Review: Tune-Yards – sketchy.

On February 23rd, Tune-Yards performed their new single “hold yourself.” on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert....

Album Review: Valerie June – The Moon and Stars: Prescriptions For...

“For this album I wanted to see how we could bring some modern elements into that band-in-the-room...

Album Review: Julien Baker – Little Oblivions

In her third album, Little Oblivions, Julien Baker paints a bloodshot self-portrait and invites her listeners to stare straight into its eyes....

EP Review: Lizzie Reid – Cubicle

Lizzie Reid’s EP, Cubicle, is singer-songwriter at its finest. Her voice is extraordinary — she has a...

Album Review: The Staves – Good Woman

The Staves’ third full-length album Good Woman is both a reinvention and a homecoming. The trio of...
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