I’m going to ring in 2019 with my longest year-in-review post yet. So, buckle up; we’ve got a long ride ahead of us.
“I Don’t Have a Bib” is a true gift and a warm hug of an album.
For listeners looking for a thoughtful exploration of heartache, “Child of My Sorrow” is an essential listen.
Tenessee pop act Superbody released a new single and video, and it’s a fantastic step forward for the band.
The year has already run more than half its course, and it’s honestly been a somewhat strange year for music.
The latest split single by Hexn is a dense fireball of a release, with scorching textures and tight composition.
Everett’s I Will Keep Your Ghost has at last returned with a bigger, sleeker sound on “Options.”
Moondrive presents an intriguing set of intricate soundscapes in their self-titled debut LP.
A guest review by Michael Minkoff, Jr. of the latest from baroque pop singer-songwriter Bomethius.
The debut EP from singer/songwriter Tina Boonstra is a solid collection of tunes that feature crisp and safe production and songwriting.
Here’s a list of things I really liked and really didn’t like in 2017.
Nashville singer/songwriter Issac Gill breaks his five-year musical silence with a remarkable, intimate Christmas EP.
Poppies demonstrate effortless focus in their debut EP, “Good.”
“The distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.” – Albert Einstein.
Anacortes “supergroup” BUFFET rebukes hypocrites in only a few short lines in the centerpiece of their debut EP.