This record’s immense precision and attention to detail make it stand (slightly) above Woods’ contemporaries.
The album’s absolute highlight is “Ten Cents at the Gate”, a neo-gospel gem of glittering joy.
Withered Hand’s second album suffers in comparison to its debut and another record that came out this year.
The War on Drugs doubly improves their songwriting, production and scale on Lost in the Dream.
Oh, what have I gotten myself into?
The Men return with their fifth album in five years – the winkingly titled Tomorrow’s Hits.
Earbuddy had the pleasure of speaking with Justin Miner, founder of the eponymous L.A. folk-rock band Miner, whose debut album
Set to debut this year at SXSW is the New Zealand act Streets of Laredo. Recommended if you dig The