In the most unembellished record of his career, Damien Jurado grapples with hopelessness and loneliness to striking effect.
“All-American” crushes you with the weight of 21st century living. Then it makes you laugh at its mundanity and madness.
The latest from My Brightest Diamond is an art-pop triumph. Guest review by S. Amanda Clevinger.
For listeners looking for a thoughtful exploration of heartache, “Child of My Sorrow” is an essential listen.
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.
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.”
Nail Houses displays tasteful malcontent through claustrophobic industrial post-punk in his gripping debut.
In their latest effort, Those Lavender Whales strike the difficult balance between earnestness and sincerity.
Leava challenges the notion of celebrity in his finest work yet, “The Lovely Grind.”
Harp Family Recordings’ second hymn compilation is a compelling and impressive collection of sacred music.
Half-handed Cloud delights with retro synthesizer explorations and lyrics focused on the Holy Spirit in his latest EP, Jiminy Circuits.