Reviews

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 ...

Album of the Week: Haim’s <i>Something to Tell You</i>
July 10, 2017 No Commentby

Album of the Week: Haim’s Something to Tell You

When the sisters Este, Danielle and Alana Haim put out their 2013 debut album Days Are Gone, it took the ...

Album of the Week: Pickwick’s <i>LoveJoys</i>
July 5, 2017 No Commentby

Album of the Week: Pickwick’s LoveJoys

Seattle soul-rock act Pickwick has always been about capturing a vibe. The band exudes infectious charisma that makes their music ...

Album of the Week: Bent Knee’s Land Animal
June 26, 2017 No Commentby

Album of the Week: Bent Knee’s Land Animal

If you take a look around and venture through the cracks of the music spectrum, you’ll discover something that’s akin ...

Album of the Week: Joshua Black Wilkins’ Rogue
June 7, 2017 No Commentby

Album of the Week: Joshua Black Wilkins’ Rogue

It’s interesting how music can sound when it finds a perfect balance: When it walks a fine line between different ...

Dispatch Celebrates Release of America, Location 12 at Newbury Comics
June 5, 2017 No Commentby

Dispatch Celebrates Release of America, Location 12 at Newbury Comics

It’s hard to pin down another act from New England that has had more success than the indie-roots band Dispatch ...

Hip-Hop Review: Spocka Summa's Progression
May 3, 2017 No Commentby

Hip-Hop Review: Spocka Summa’s Progression

Spring in Rhode Island has to be one of my favorite things ever. Part of the reason is, through all ...

Album of the Week: Woods' Love Is Love
April 26, 2017 No Commentby

Album of the Week: Woods’ Love Is Love

With the current political and social situation in the United States sparking fear and division, numerous musicians and bands have ...

Album of the Week: The Suitcase Junket's Pile Driver
April 19, 2017 No Commentby

Album of the Week: The Suitcase Junket’s Pile Driver

A one-man band is so mystifying. How do they create so many sounds? How do they mimic a full band ...

Sheer Mag Shreds AS220
April 14, 2017 No Commentby

Sheer Mag Shreds AS220

That ever-so-famous phrase, “punk is dead,” has been said by at least one person a day giving their opinion on ...