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A review of “Titanic Rising” by Weyes Blood

Rating: 8.3/10 The album opens with a queasy synth, a sound that seems to be oozing out of a VHS tape that’s been cooking in...

The two loves: A review of “Forever Turned Around” by Whitney

Rating: 7.6/10 Soft rock is alive and well. Despite hard rock’s intention of subduing it, soft rock has survived the years of sappy troubadours and...

A review of Jordan Moser’s “Long Night”

Rating: 8/10 “Love to me was a hedonistic pleasure cruise / You should've seen my face when I got the news.”  The song is “Love Is...

Bon Iver “i,i” album review: A shift towards community

Rating: 9/10 At this point it’s strange to say that Bon Iver has become somewhat ubiquitous in the world of music. Brainchild Justin Vernon has...

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...

A review of “Shepherd in a Sheepskin Vest” by Bill Callahan

Rating: 8.7/10 Merely saying Bill Callahan’s music career has been a journey is an understatement. From his abrasive beginnings as Smog to his slow transition...

Yves Jarvis: “The Same But By Different Means” review

Rating: 8.3/10 Sometimes the most exciting music to listen to is also the hardest to classify. The deconstruction of genre and form is a difficult...

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...

Art and artifice: a review of “Gallipoli” by Beirut

Rating: 8/10 Even after over a decade of album releases, Beirut has remained true to the galavanting geographical freedom that first defined them. Singer and...

Waxahatchee “Out in the Storm” album review

Rating: 8/10 The latest Waxahatchee album comes pouring out of the floodgates this July, granting us another peek into Katie Crutchfield’s world of ideas and...