It’s a strange thing to admit, but the album that got me hooked on My Morning Jacket was Evil Urges.
The Lumineers’ sophomore album, Cleopatra, begins with the punchy, strong percussion, which marked the band’s smash single, “Ho Hey”. The
Ex-Woods member Kevin Morby has a strange fascination with fire. The cover of Singing Saw his latest album, shows Morby
Too often, it seems that literary aspirations are not put to an effective use in music. Lyrics are either overthought,
Wussy were once a ramshackle, bleeding folk project, but listening to Forever Sounds, you might not get that. These are
At the end of one of the tracks on Dr. Dog’s new (old) album, The Psychedelic Swamp, “Dead Record Player”,
New five-piece The Skiffle Players is actually made up of some familiar musicians; the most notable being Cass McCombs and
Power-pop is a genre that often walks a thin line of creativity and mundanity, either being a vehicle for tight