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A review of “Gold Past Life” by Fruit Bats

Rating: 6.7/10 “Gold Past Life” is the first LP since 2016’s “Absolute Loser” for Eric D. Johnson, who is essentially the sole member and driving...

The nature of music: Big Ears 2019

There is one school of thought that maintains that the nature of music is mystical. The idea is that human beings’ development of music...

A review of Chris Cohen’s self-titled album

Rating: 7.7/10 The self-titled album has historically been a very specific statement for an artist to make in their career. In this case and at...

Into the quietude: a review of Jessica Pratt’s “Quiet Signs”

Rating: 8.7/10 Is Jessica Pratt from the same time, the same place as the rest of us? Such is the impression one gets from her...

An album review of William Tyler’s “Goes West”

Rating: 7.6/10 The first thing I notice about William Tyler’s new album “Goes West” is the dazzling artwork. The design by Robert Beatty is both...

A review of Juan Wauter’s “La Onda de Juan Pablo”

Rating: 8.1 Juan Wauters has been busy. After directing a film titled “Romaine en Juin” in the Southwest of France in 2016, he set off...

A world of uncertainty: a review of Doug Paisley’s “Starter Home”

Rating: 8.7/10 There’s a specific brand of folk and country that digs deep into the soul of what it means to be human. If you...

The spirit of art: A review of “To The Islands” by...

Artist: The Magic Lantern Release date: November 2, 2018 Label: Hectic Eclectic Records Genre: Alternative/Indie Producer: The Magic Lantern Rating: 8.3/10 There’s a certain place that music takes you, and though for every music lover...

Follow your feet: a review of “Big Red Machine”

Rating: 8/10 There was a lot of hype for the project, and now it’s here. The eponymous “Big Red Machine” has dropped, debuting on August...

Late night music: a review of “Time” by Louis Cole

Rating: 7.9/10 “Time” starts with the hard funk song “Weird Part of The Night,” celebrating those late night hours when, I suppose, Cole gets a...