Yola’s first album found an adoring audience in the Americana world. She’s expanded her repertoire on Stand For Myself as she gets ever more soulful.
The indie-folk sense of Dot Allison’s Heart-Shaped Scars with the brittle, fine production is a fantastic fit for the singer’s confessional and frank lyrics.
The songs from Descendents’ 9th & Walnut were written more than 40 years ago, mostly recorded two decades ago, and released 13 years after Frank Navetta’s death.
The PM Picks playlist features the best new songs. Today, we feature LVRA, Princess Century, CLAVVS, Jodie Nicholson, and ISLA.
On the first new Amusement Parks on Fire record in over a decade, Michael Feerick continues to push the boundaries of what a rock album can be.
Downhill From Everywhere finds legendary singer-songwriter Jackson Browne still searching for something new in familiar yet comforting ways.