Album Reviews

  • Zoe Nutt – Like You

    Nashville, once a bastion of steel guitars and twangs thick enough to cut diamonds, has diversified itself musically a great deal over the last quarter...

  • Porcelain People – Streetlights

    Streetlights, the thirteen song debut from Louisiana based electro pop duo Porcelain People is one of 2016’s most vibrant releases. While many modern bands or...

  • Anomie Belle – Flux

    The release of Anomie Belle’s debut album Flux and its accompanying art book marks the emergence of a major new songwriting and performing talent. She...

  • Thomas Charlie Pedersen – Second Hand War

    At initial inspection, you might tally up the fourteen songs on Thomas Charlie Pedersen’s first solo release Second Hand War, read some press about its...

  • Rogue Valley – Radiate/Dissolve

    The release of Rogue Valley’s fifth album, Radiate/Dissolve, may come to mark the pivotal moment when the Minnesota based five piece transitioned from indie darlings...

  • Bob Lien – Color of Sky

    Singer/songwriter Bob Lien has bounced around a fair amount in his life, but the Minnesota native has learned much from his travels. The fifteen song...

  • Jupiter in Velvet – The ONE In The Many

    Expatriate songwriter, musician, and performer Jupiter in Velvet burst onto the indie scene a few years ago as, in some odd way, a modern Caucasian...

  • Spark & Whisper – Monument

    It isn’t difficult to discern the different influences shaping Spark & Whisper. Their artistic pedigree is in full view on their latest release Monument. The...

  • Sir Ivan – Imagine (The Remixes)

    After a fifteen year career in the music industry, EDM artist and philanthropist Sir Ivan returns to his debut effort with Imagine (The Remixes). Ivan’s...

  • Callie Hopper – Out of the Shadows

    Nashville based Callie Hopper has the good sense to surround herself with top notch collaborators to help realize her creative vision. The second album in...