Reviews

Album of the Week: Lina Tullgren – <i>Won</i>
September 20, 2017 No Commentby

Album of the Week: Lina Tullgren – Won

Lina Tullgren is putting a different spin on the singer-songwriter style. The 23 year-old from southern Maine strums an electric ...

Album of the Week: The Dream Syndicate – <i>How Did I Find Myself Here? </i>
September 14, 2017 No Commentby

Album of the Week: The Dream Syndicate – How Did I Find Myself Here?

Back in the early ‘80s, there was a unique music scene happening in Los Angeles. It wasn’t what was happening ...

Album of the Week: Oh Sees – <i>Orc</i>
September 6, 2017 No Commentby

Album of the Week: Oh Sees – Orc

Prolific artists often go underappreciated in the music industry. It’s strange to see bands that only have a handful of ...

Album of the Week: The War on Drugs – <i>A Deeper Understanding</i>
August 30, 2017 No Commentby

Album of the Week: The War on Drugs – A Deeper Understanding

Bands that ride a sonic wave always provide a blissful listening experience. Sometimes they sound atmospheric and perhaps even a ...

Album of the Week: Queens of the Stone Age – <i>Villains</i>
August 23, 2017 No Commentby

Album of the Week: Queens of the Stone Age – Villains

Josh Homme has been feeling the urge to dance. The prime member of Queens of the Stone Age turned up ...

Album of the Week: Gogol Bordello – <i>Seekers and Finders</i>
August 17, 2017 No Commentby

Album of the Week: Gogol Bordello – Seekers and Finders

It doesn’t happen as often as it should, but it’s enjoyable to see a band constantly progressing and adding to ...

Album of the Week: The Two Tens – <i>On Repeat</i>
August 7, 2017 No Commentby

Album of the Week: The Two Tens – On Repeat

Along with being the home for the majority of today’s pop music garbage, Los Angeles has become the epicenter for ...

Album of the Week: People Like You – <i>Verse</i>
August 2, 2017 No Commentby

Album of the Week: People Like You – Verse

Coming out of Boston’s DIY underground, indie jazz quintet People Like You explore musical boundaries with consistent brilliance. Poignant rhythms ...

Album of the Week: Foster the People – <i>Sacred Hearts Club</i>
July 24, 2017 No Commentby

Album of the Week: Foster the People – Sacred Hearts Club

Listening to mainstream pop music is much like ordering from a fast food restaurant: Everything is the same and there ...

Album of the Week: Broken Social Scene’s <i>Hug of Thunder</i>
July 17, 2017 No Commentby

Album of the Week: Broken Social Scene’s Hug of Thunder

There’s a sense of reinvigoration these days with the Toronto indie rock collective Broken Social Scene. Kevin Drew and the ...