Album reviews • Alternative Rock / Blues Rock
Through explosive rock tracks and lyrically vulnerable acoustic ballads, Surface Sounds showcases Kaleo’s mastery of their A/B blues rock while exploring new musical territory.
Album reviews • Country / Pop
Fearless (Taylor’s Version) has succeeded in being better than the original without losing its youthful touch. Swift has notably matured, and her voice has improved while hints of…
Album reviews • Hip-Hop/Rap
Kota the Friend is great at what makes him noticeable, but are we ever going to get something different?
Album reviews • Pop
When all songs sound the same, it ruins the vibe and nothing stood out with Justice, another typical pop record.
Album reviews • Americana / Indie Folk
A departure from his usual gritty blues-rock ambience, The Bones of J.R. Jones’ latest EP, A Celebration, still holds a vintage Americana feel while adopting a few modern twists.
Album reviews • Indie Folk / Krautrock
World’s Most Stressed Out Gardener embodies the quintessential awkward, reverby, freak-folk of Chad VanGaalen’s discography, but this time, it’s grounded in experimentalism.
Miguel Arteta’s ‘Yes Day’ is a fun-filled sentimental film that checks all of the boxes of what a family comedy should be.