“Sunday school didn’t do it for you? Give Laughing stalk a spin.” -HE
Sarra Sedghi weighs in on the latest release from recently reunited Ben Folds Five, ‘The Sound of the Life of the Mind’.
“Packed with intensity, emotion and a heart laid bare, it seemed that McMillan could hold his peace no longer in these tracks that burst forth from a ready pen and a fiery soul.” -HE
Daniel DeWitt’s second installment in his Phantom series gets a more positive reaction from The Blue Indian.
Hannah Cook spills about ‘ O’ Be Joyful ‘, the newest release from Charleston, SC-based, husband-and wife-duo, Shovels & Rope, out now on Dual Tone.
“These songs are fun and catchy, full of clever, intriguing moments lyrically and musically.” -HE
“There are some powerful moments within these songs as the Grapes masterfully ebb and tide musically to create and release tension. . .” -CB
Holly anticipates the next project from Can’t Kids– their latest release leaving her wanting more.
This is Jones’ most complete work to date displaying depth and complexity at all levels that evidences his clear maturation as an artist. -CB
“Stray Ashes is not for the light of heart or those afraid of the contents of Marchant’s heart and soul laid bare.” -CB
There’s a word to describe “Baby”: generic.
“Damien Jurado’s “Maraqopa” is his most adventurous and diverse work to date in what is an already impressive musical catalog.” -CB
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