Monday, September 26 2011
RIYL: Garrison Keillor; that O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack you haven't dusted off since 2002; carpetbagging.
Tuesday, September 20 2011
This EP cements and solidifies Lekman’s status as one of the most dependable and vital songwriters at work today.
Thursday, September 15 2011
Quite simply, this is one of the best bluegrass-meets-folk albums you hear this year – if not in any given year.
Monday, September 12 2011
While White Hat isn’t the most markedly original collection of character sketches that you might have heard, it is an album for the back porch with a beer in hand as the wind gently slams against the screen door.
Wednesday, September 7 2011
It's got it's moments of sweetness, but Red Velvet Snowball turns cold after so many listens.
Sunday, August 28 2011
Four years later, the Michigan songwriter comes back swinging.
Tuesday, August 9 2011
On her new album, the mix between tradition and personality has shifted, and Nadler comes shining through on this wonderful, often deceptively uplifting record.
Monday, August 8 2011
The Summer Set seeks to find a new identity in the form of catchy pop rock.
Sunday, August 7 2011
The New York quintet was last heard from in 2000, but Ensoulment makes it seem as though they time-warped from the late-'60s folk movement.
Wednesday, August 3 2011
Montreal’s Daniel Isaiah is a lot like a Canadian Iron and Wine, for a variety of reasons.