I’ve always found records like Amy Bezunartea’s New Villain difficult to talk about. By its very nature, it feels minor:
As the Tallest Man on Earth, Kristian Matsson has a remarkable ability to craft affecting folk songs that are able
With a backing band called “The Night Sweats”, it’d be reasonable to suspect that Nathaniel Rateliff was a tongue-in-cheek artist.
I freaking love EPs. I really love EPs from artists I already like and who have recently put out something
Opening with the delicate yet engaging single “Way It Is, Way It Could Be”, lead singer Tamara Lindeman opines, “You
Bands like Villagers walk a fine line between heart-felt sentiment and captivating melody. At some level, these two things are
U.K. folk singer/songwriter Laura Marling has never fell short when delivering affecting, personal tales of love, woes and mystery during
Expect Delays, by the British band Evans The Death, is a bit of a downer. Not in the overly-emotive, “Oh