“Their newest EP, “Girls of the Yukon”, doesn’t deviate from their signature style, featuring a jangly, guitar driven blend of pop-rock …influences from big names such as Stone Roses and Big Star” – Peterson Worrell
They don’t take great liberties with the songs, just enough to make it their own and prove their purpose behind this album: “in order to know where you’re going, you’ve got to know where you’ve been.” – Sarah Weitman
“…Ground Me enables listeners to look past All Get Out and view Hussey as a separate entity worthy of its own fan base.” – Sarah Sedghi
“It’s the first-full length for these Atlanta Rockers and they are talented enough to do something, but for now they lack an original sound to grab onto.” – Everett Verner
“…there isn’t a bad track on this album. It is unique and of the moment. It’s Will Schwartz growing into himself and continuing to make great music.” – Lindsey Whitefield
Are you into psychedelic and classic rock, but the type that “never descend into cover band hijinks”? If so, this is your record.
“‘Joy of Nothing’ is easily one of the best albums so far this year in its genre or any other for that matter.” -CB
“From day one, The Dodos have defied convention and type.” -GT
“Nicolaus has parlayed his life’s recent difficulties into a work that resonates beautifully.” -CB
“…John Moen has opened for us here a pretty brilliant file folder of captivating tunes.” – Holly Etchison
Dawson lends her thoughts on ‘Dissolution’, O’Brother’s newest record that’s due out August 20th on Triple Crown Records
Cameron Barham surprises everyone with a 9 out of 10 for Rice Cultivation Society’s “Sky Burial.” Read up!
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