Tuesday, May 13 2014
Love is Amen Dunes' finest album yet, a fully formed statement, and one that moves out of the dark and takes difficult but strong steps towards the light.
There’s a lot going on with III, which makes it ultimately worthy of your time.
The pain of her past album buried, Sarah McLachlan is back with the vibrant, upbeat Shine On.
Music can rarely get more genuinely personal than this. But when it does, this is what it sounds like
Monday, May 12 2014
"Secret Preference" is all big boom-clap drums, silky falsetto, and funk bass.
This week we get lost in the text of Device 6.
This is as populist as a rock party gets, and yet despite the common tropes the band visits (and revisits), the emotions still feel specific and dig almost as deep as the hooks do.
Vicars interact with a wide range of people, and the motley crew who pass through Adam's church offer ample opportunities for comedy.
Lady in the Dark is a meticulously researched, lovingly written book that suggests Iris Barry’s passions and accomplishments extend beyond the realm of cinema.
Hallelujah the Hills has long been a band fascinated with artifacts and documents, and this album is full of them.