Cass McCombs, a songwriter that’s never afraid to go small, goes big with a double-album.
Stornoway manages to sneak in a pleasant piece of indie-folk before year’s end, mostly without a hitch.
For as much aggravating, hipster nerdiness engaged in by Jus Post Bellum, I can’t fault them for their album, Oh July.
Earbuddy had the opportunity to speak with Ane Brun, the international folk musician. Brun recently released a compilation of covers, rarities, and B-sides with Rarities, and it’s a must-listen for fans of Brun…
I went to Arizona, but I slept most of the time.
Lending itself little playback value, Antiphon is a disappointment to fans of Midlake and of this type of rock music.
Accessibility and universality trump depth and emotion on Bronze Radio Return’s third album.
The Head and The Heart follow their surprising hit debut with the aptly titled Let’s Be Still.