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.
In their proper debut record, The Whisper II, Shoecraft puts out their most patient, complete, and masterful work to date.
On their sophomore full-length Beyond Control, Seattle band Kings Kaleidoscope evidences much growth but still shows they need much refinement.
Yesterday on the music blog A Diverse Sound (for which I occasionally write), I posted a review of an EP … More
Anthony Aparo’s solo debut reveals an unseen side of the artist’s musical personality and taste.
Kris Orlowski’s sophomore full-length, Often in the Pause, develops the band’s sound by finding a more comfortable place in multiple styles.
In Civilized Creature’s fourth release, Tales & Tails, the Portland beatster finds himself making the album he was destined to make.
Gungor’s One Wild Life trilogy is unified by an abstract conceptual tie, exploring the ideas and meaning behind soul, spirit, … More
Throughout his Maraqopa Trilogy, Damien Jurado has become more comfortable with the notion of a concept album. The first entry, … More