Wednesday, May 6 2015
This new concert release offers something for fans, even if it can't quite keep up with previous live albums.
Tuesday, May 5 2015
These Swedish pioneers' perilous voyage to where the "Wild" things are proves "Wild-ish" at best.
Monday, May 4 2015
Mickelson makes use of traditional instrumentation all in service to his dramatic delivery.
Monday, April 27 2015
The male-female vocals of Aaron Davis and Seadar Rose continue to be the heart of Screen Door Porch on their strong, varied third album.
A haunting tribute to traditional Vietnamese music and the Vietnam War.
Hairball is a confident, exuberant semi-reset from the self-professed “pop scum” outfit Nai Harvest.
Friday, April 24 2015
Pale White Dove is one of those albums that demands attention, Doug Burr’s apparent obscurity notwithstanding.
Wednesday, April 22 2015
Rocky Dawuni fuses feel-good reggae vibes with innovative instrumentation, leaving an influential mark on the African roots scene.
Tuesday, April 21 2015
Sax Gordon and friends make for a relaxed performance for the staunch jazz enthusiast.
Another day at the Rock and Roll Office for one of the genre's true believers.
A tempest formed on a Thursday night, Me Oh My unfurls throughout the weekend, leaving nothing but wreckage come Sunday.
Monday, April 20 2015
Australian producer's debut tries to envision '90s electronica through a 21st century lens.
Second album from Citizens! is surprisingly optimistic Euro-pop.
Thursday, April 16 2015
Seth Glier abstains from pretense and offers instead an album filled unbridled pop perfection.
Wednesday, April 15 2015
Michael Vincent Waller gently expands the limits of his sounds and the quantity of his compositions.
The Detroit house producer's Fabriclive entry allows him to show off his own Ultramajic label.
An EP that'll stay with you...even if you don't have an elephant's memory.
Monday, April 13 2015
Strange Wilds' first single for Sub Pop introduces a unique band, one we're ready to hear more from.
Get lost in an overall feeling and mood that becomes more complex the longer you stay there.
Wednesday, April 8 2015
All in all, The Newpart represents Verch in tip-top musical shape, albeit in ex post facto force.