One thing is for certain for Torres, the project of Mackenzie Scott. She only gets better with each new album.
Normally, I’m not into Tori Amos‘s music. She’s just interested in a lot of things that I’m not interested in.
The timing of Chelsea Wolfe‘s sixth album is quite interesting. Mainly because last month we got a new album from
The black-and-white photo of Aldous Harding that serves as the cover art for her sophomore album, Party, is excellent at
New Zealand’s Amelia Murray goes by the fetching name of Fazerdaze. It sounds like the result of being shot head-on
For her fourth full-length album, Pleasure, Leslie Feist seemingly gets her pleasure by making us uncomfortable. For much of its
For her ninth album, Mental Illness, Aimee Mann embraces her conception as the quintessential somber folk musician. After all, her
Laura Marling’s sixth album feels unfathomably late. It’s not because this album arrives after a huge gap. It’s just two