Friday, April 24 2015
Liverpudlian singer/songwriter Rosenblume channels Greenwich Village and Laurel canyon folk in his latest EP, All Through the Fire, All Through the Rain.
The music sounds old, as if it was meant to be played on a 78 rpm turntable, but without the scratchiness.
Thursday, April 23 2015
John Moreland proves there's nothing sanctimonious about singing the truth on High on Tulsa Heat.
Hospital Handshakes is a milestone in Rocky Votolato’s career and one that would do well to serve as a springboard for all his efforts going forward.
Michael McDermott's newest project is off to a promising start. If only it was a little more difficult.
Wednesday, April 22 2015
Blandness sometimes encroaches, but Sexsmith’s 14th record proves, at its strongest, to be a typically warm, reassuring, and likeable piece of work.
Forty four tracks from Lee’s radio show that she never recorded later and have, for the most part, not been heard since they originally aired.
Tuesday, April 21 2015
Sax Gordon and friends make for a relaxed performance for the staunch jazz enthusiast.
Monday, April 20 2015
Playing the right song at the right time has long been part of Widespread Panic's magic formula, and so it was again with their March 2015 concert in Los Angeles.
Hold On is full of perky, precocious and thoroughly engaging intent, an album with a more experimental nature that doesn’t diminish ample accessibility. Consider it a must-hear, even if for its sheer ingenuity alone.