album review

Album Review: Low – “HEY WHAT”

Across their decades making music together, Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker have occupied sonic extremes.…

Album Review: Macy Rodman – “Unbelievable Animals”

On her new album “Unbelievable Animals,” Macy Rodman pushes pop to its limits, exploring the fascinating spaces where things start to warp as the form breaks down.

Album Review: Lo Fives – “No Fidelity”

“No Fidelity” is the latest dizzy and electric full-length from Portland’s Lo Fives. Presumably, the…

Album Review: Phone Voice – “Cradle Tape”

Phone Voice’s first album, “Cradle Tape”—released August 6th on Strawberry Moon Records—is the type of…

EP Review: Terry’s Paradise – “Shoobeedoo High, Shoobeedoo Low Pt. 1”

Terry’s Paradise is a place out of time, vibing comfortably between the highs and lows…

Album Review: Waxachatchee – “Saint Cloud”

Three years isn’t a long span of time, but a lot can happen in that…

Album Review: THICK – “5 Years Behind”

THICK is a three piece pop punk group from Brooklyn, NY. They cut their teeth…

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Album Review: Habibi – “Anywhere But Here”

Since 2011, Habibi has been blessing us with their chill blend of ’60s garage surf-rock…

Album Review: Purr – “Like New”

Some may find it ironic that the two twenty-somethings responsible for New York band, Purr,…

Local Feature Album Review: Bryson Cone – “Magnetism”

Bryson Cone is a Portland-based musician and producer who sank his teeth into the PNW…