Thursday, November 6 2014
Allergic to Water, Ani DiFranco's 18th album, lacks the political engagement and sharply hewn wit that distinguished her earlier work.
Wednesday, November 5 2014
Don’t Let the World See Your Love may have a bitter undertone, but it goes down fairly sweet.
Tuesday, October 28 2014
Poe’s raven crowed “Nevermore” not “Nevermind”. If there is no God and no devil, then why there is death is the unanswerable koan here.
Thursday, October 23 2014
Brooklyn singer-songwriter finds solace in reflection with his self-titled full-length.
Friday, October 17 2014
Throughout her long and legendary career, Lucinda Williams has garnered a reputation for dismissing any notions of rules, expectations, or boundaries.
Thursday, October 2 2014
VA effectively charts a bold new course for the band that doesn't need to rely on folk rockers du jour.
Wednesday, October 1 2014
Both familiar and challenging, Williams' new record invites her audience to dance slow and close to a set of adult songs for adult listeners.
Monday, February 3 2014
White's fourth album finds her playing bolder music with a daring conceit, but the results are decidedly mixed.
Wednesday, September 4 2013
The Silver Gymnasium is Sheff's best work, and it contains his hardest truths. Going home is never quite going back.
Thursday, June 20 2013
Freewheeling, insightful and damn catchy, Dear Mark J. Mulcahy, I Love You more than conveys why Mulcahy is so revered by his songwriting peers.