Los Angeles based singer-songwriter Patrick Phillips debates whether to keep the conversation going or keep his feelings to himself on single from Water Slice's upcoming EP.
Olivia Chaney's Shelter is a purposely intimate record. She uses the sheer beauty of her vocals and the wood and wire instruments to create reflective and spiritual music.
For Jaye Jayle's sophomore record, Evan Patterson continues the evolution of his project, taking Americana to more experimental realms.
Musical polymath and classical composer Luke Cissell releases another album that's impossible to categorize but very easy to love.
Wherein understanding is synonymous with compassion, then surely the effort Eggers has extended through most of his publishing career should be applauded.
On their fifth studio outing, Punch Brothers sound more assured in their identity than ever -- which isn't necessarily a good thing.
Against the constant distaste for and dismay about social media, Videocracy gives readers a series of anecdotes that connect YouTube to the goodness of being human.
Losing the Narrative of Your Life: On Alissa Quart's 'Squeezed: Why Our Families Can't Afford America'
Alissa Quart's perspective-driven reporting on the struggles of middle-class working families addresses the results of America's utterly depraved neoliberal capitalist state.