Album Reviews

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.

Album Review: Kyle Craft & Showboat Honey “Showboat Honey”

Local legend Kyle Craft is back again with catchy and tasteful “Showboat Honey,” the band’s third album with Sub Pop.

Album Review: Outer Spaces – “Gazing Globe”

Wearing her heart on her sleeve, Satalino navigates these feelings as musical moniker Outer Spaces, a solo act that has taken on a full form in its newest album Gazing Globe.

Aural Fix: IAN SWEET

Jilian Medford creates that perfect indie rock gaze sound as IAN SWEET.

Album Review: Froth – “Duress”

LA trio Froth (Joo-Joo Ashworth on vocals and guitar, Jeremy Katz on bass and guitar,…

Album Review: Pixx – “Small Mercies”

Excerpt for online: Hannah Rodgers, aka Pixx, keeps her synth-electro flare while adding some grungy edge on her second full-length album.

Album Review: Yeasayer – “Erotic Reruns”

The avant-pop stalwarts’ fifth record is full of funky white-boy indie pop… but do we need more funky white-boy indie pop?

Album Review: Sinkane – “Dépaysé”

Sinkane’s new record, Dépaysé, speaks in voices that demand to be heard.