Patrick Gill

Patrick Gill is an Ohio native, where he lives with his wife and children. He has a passion for music and previously wrote for the online publication Lost at Sea. He works for a local non-profit focused on making higher education more accessible and actively volunteers in the community.
King Hannah Deliver Another Satisfying Set of Songs

King Hannah Deliver Another Satisfying Set of Songs

Liverpool’s King Hannah reference indie rock contemporaries on Big Swimmer but advance their sound through unique soundscapes that stand on their own.

Wilco’s ‘A Ghost Is Born’ Marked an End to Their Greatest Era 

Wilco’s ‘A Ghost Is Born’ Marked an End to Their Greatest Era 

A Ghost Is Born was Wilco’s fearless attempt to surpass ‘Yankee Hotel Foxtrot’ and move beyond the narrative that could have defined the band.

Girl and Girl’s Debut ‘Call a Doctor’ Is a Lively Outing

Girl and Girl’s Debut ‘Call a Doctor’ Is a Lively Outing

Girl and Girl’s Call a Doctor nearly delivers as a concept yet still captivates with its jangle pop charm. They should be a band we follow for years to come.

Amen Dunes Dabbles in Electronics But Delivers Human Connection 

Amen Dunes Dabbles in Electronics But Delivers Human Connection 

Death Jokes finds Amen Dunes tackling big issues and exploring influences from his youth, but the connection with his listeners still creates deeper meaning.

Dehd Take Yet Another Step Forward on ‘Poetry’

Dehd Take Yet Another Step Forward on ‘Poetry’

Dehd exude a youthful charm that is hard to replicate on Poetry. They are infectious and their sunny melodies and sincerity make their music compelling.

The Jesus and Mary Chain Become Self-Referential

The Jesus and Mary Chain Become Self-Referential

On Glasgow Eyes, the Jesus and Mary Chain are comfortable settling in and stretching out a bit. They will never not be cool—just maybe not required listening.

Old 97’s ‘American Primitive’ Sports Hits and Misses

Old 97’s ‘American Primitive’ Sports Hits and Misses

Old 97’s American Primitive features some of their most vital work since their first decade as a group, but it’s front-loaded with the hits.