Sub Pop gives loving, reverent treatment to Mudhoney’s sophomore album. Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge celebrates its 30th birthday.
Real Gone Music continues to reach out and fall great music that fell through the cracks over the years, including the Awakening’s ‘Mirage’ from Black Jazz
Take a step back into 1974, when hair was big and the jazz of Henry Franklin was bigger. Much is going on, be it soulful, swinging, soft, or just plain funky.
What makes The Neon Remixed so successful as a remix LP is the artists reshaping Erasure’s tunes didn’t dissect the sturdy compositions to their skeletal origins.
Hannah Dasher is a unique country music talent, and The Half Record is a too-short vehicle for her estimable gifts. Her sense of humor makes the songs spirited and elegant.
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.