Album Reviews

Album Review: DIIV “Deceiver”

No one said it would be easy: battling addiction, a hate-speech fiasco featuring a former…

Album Review: Starcrawler “Devour You”

Starcrawler is an LA-band comprised of four young (recently graduated high school) showmasters. Despite their…

Album Review: Wilco “Ode To Joy”

Wilco fanatics rejoice! The Chicago-based group is releasing their highly-anticipated 11th album, Ode to Joy.…

Album Review: Angel Olsen “All Mirrors”

When Angel Olsen set out to follow up her critically lauded My Woman (2016) she…

Album Review – SassyBlack “Ancient Mahogany Gold”

Sassy is back! Of course, she’s been here since dropping two legendary alt-hip-hop albums on…

Album Review: Frankie Cosmos “Close It Quietly”

Greta Kline is so accessible that you can co-write an album with her. Yes, you!…

Album Review: Aan “Losing My Shadow”

Deftly detailed in production and mixing, Aan’s newest album, “Losing My Shadow,” presents itself as a piece of aural craft.

Album Review: Bleached “Don’t You Think You’ve Had Enough?”

The Clavin sisters channel confidence and clarity with catchiness in their new commitment to sobriety and each other.

Album Review: Yuna “Rogue”

Rogue, the newest release by Malaysian singer-songwriter Yuna, is a summer album for the brokenhearted.

Album Review: Mal Blum “Pity Boy”

Mal Blum’s “Pity Boy” hits home with pop-punk style guitar chords, gentle folk-like riffs, and a catchy indie pop structure.