Top songs and all songs listened to in 2020.
My annual list of favorite albums of the year.
On Reunions, the latest record by Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, finds the songwriter pushing himself in new sonic directions and writing songs about fear, anxiety, sobriety and being a parent. It
I am really enjoying The New Abnormal, the latest record by The Strokes. It’s funny, so many people have been quick to dismiss anything after the first two records, myself included, but
Listening to the eponymous debut album by Bonny Light Horseman, it’s really hard to escape the feeling that the songs on the record feel as old as time. Songs like “Jane Jane”
I’ve considering albums of the decade for a while now, and this where I’m at. I went through all of my lists for the last decade and pulled from
This year featured a lot of veteran artists pushing themselves outside of their boundaries to make records that in some cases, were career-bests. There was so much great music to sift through this
Strand of Oaks – Eraserland Let’s get it out of the way: Eraserland is a career-defining record from Strand of Oaks. That’s saying a lot, as the project from Tim Showalter
As usual, extremely hard to make a list of my favorites this year. There are plenty of great records from 2018 to check out beyond these ten! Spotify playlist of the top ten
What does it mean to be a punk band in 2018? It’s hard to say, really. Ten, fifteen years ago if a band with the reputation of Drug Church made a record
I’ve been struggling to write about this album since I first heard it a few months ago, and it’s mostly because I’m overwhelmed by every listen of Nearer My God.
On Lessons, The Sharp Shadows sophomore album, it’s clear the band has learned something after 2016’s Small Victories. The Brooklyn-by-way-of-Boston power-pop trio led by Stephen Bailey has returned with a collection