Americana artist S.G. Goodman addresses all the complications of romantic love alongside critiques of our economic system in her heartfelt new LP, Teeth Marks.
With Big Time, Angel Olsen draws inspiration from some of popular music’s most perennial templates, revamping them and reinventing herself.
Is there such a thing as middle-aged rock? If so, it would sound like Wilco’s Sky Blue Sky with its measured simplicity and reflective intensity.
The most surprising thing about Faye Webster’s new record, Car Therapy Sessions, is its lush production. The orchestra purposely aims for the beautiful.
Relying equally on the country sound of Lucinda Williams and the hard rock melodies of Johnny Rzeznik, Ezra Cohen’s The Sweet Million is brimful with poppy hooks.
Co-Starring Too is Ray Wylie Hubbard’s second recent LP in which every new song features a guest artist or two, paying homage to his distinctive Texas style.
On Nightroamer, Sarah Shook and the Disarmers capture that nocturnal vibe where darkness illuminates the unknown more than hides what should be seen.
Aoife O’Donovan’s Age of Apathy is lushly layered and sophisticated. Its connections to contemporary jazz and even classical music are clearly evident.