This album may be called “Seasons of Limbo,” but Bomethius has never felt more direct and assured.
Neither gloomy nor clumsy, DoomFolk StarterKit might be the most delightful musical surprise you’ll hear this year.
The long-awaited full-length release from Oliver Elf Army finds them at their darkest—and also at their best.
Reagan Sloman’s acoustic offering is a potent and intimate look through the eyes of an exceptionally talented and mysterious songwriter.
We Are Mirrors presents the most-overdue Best of 2019 list to be published on the Web.
STREAKING IN TONGUES tackles marriage and divorce in their most imminently listenable and emotionally eviscerating offering yet.
The father/son duo opens up about their band’s mythology, Kanye West, and nurturing idiosncrasy.
In the most unembellished record of his career, Damien Jurado grapples with hopelessness and loneliness to striking effect.
Teardrops is essential listening for fans of Richard Swift, The Shins, and experimental electronic music alike.
I found an old mix that I made about a year ago. Fresh content soon.
“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.
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.