The long-awaited full-length release from Oliver Elf Army finds them at their darkest—and also at their best.
REVIEW: Oh My Darlin’
STREAKING IN TONGUES tackles marriage and divorce in their most imminently listenable and emotionally eviscerating offering yet.
REVIEW: In the Shape of a Storm
In the most unembellished record of his career, Damien Jurado grapples with hopelessness and loneliness to striking effect.
Moondrive presents an intriguing set of intricate soundscapes in their self-titled debut LP.
REVIEW: Good EP
Poppies demonstrate effortless focus in their debut EP, “Good.”
REVIEW: Beyond Control
On their sophomore full-length Beyond Control, Seattle band Kings Kaleidoscope evidences much growth but still shows they need much refinement.
REVIEW: Psychic Temple III
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.
REVIEW: Often in the Pause
Kris Orlowski’s sophomore full-length, Often in the Pause, develops the band’s sound by finding a more comfortable place in multiple styles.
REVIEW: Tales & Tails
In Civilized Creature’s fourth release, Tales & Tails, the Portland beatster finds himself making the album he was destined to make.
Square Peg Round Hole redefines instrumental music in their sophomore record Juniper, out March 25th on Spartan Records.
REVIEW: Great Escapes
Paper Lights emerges as a fully realized project in their debut album Great Escapes.
Atlanta’s premier synthpop group cultureculture offers their most expansive and satisfying work to date in their sophomore EP JX-3Please.
St. Lucia’s sophomore album Matter ushers listeners into wide open spaces in a charming and retrospective journey.
Worship music is hard to write. There is a delicate balance that needs to be struck of simplicity in lyrics … More
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