Reality is much scarier than special effects. Big Thief guitarist, Buck Meek’s music on Haunted Mountain has its charms thanks in part to its purposeful flaws.
Joni Mitchell has never needed anything more than an acoustic guitar to get her emotions, intelligence, and entire worlds across to her audience.
Cementing her legacy as pop’s greatest storyteller, Joni Mitchell doesn’t shy away from the grey areas of her work even as her career enters its twilight.
The first album of all-new material in three years from prolific singer-songwriter M. Ward embraces country-folk noir, with help from some welcome guest stars.
Now reminds of the treasure that Graham Nash has been and continues to be in the ongoing narrative of rock music and it’s a snapshot of the creative spark.
Joy Oladokun’s Proof of Life attempts to connect with others struggling, hanging in, and moving forward, an invitation traversing musical genres in its call.
Morgan Kibby has written hits for Panic! at the Disco and Lady Gaga. Yet her true calling was found in a wild new songwriting persona: Sue Clayton.