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Good Luck With Friendamine: Josh Ritter’s The Gathering

by on December 30th, 2017 | No Comments »

Kevin Nelson – Josh Ritter’s ninth studio album, Gathering, could be described as a gathering (… sorry) of the singer-songwriter’s numerous signature stylings. There’s the “Getting Ready to Get Down”-style crowd pleaser of “Cry Softly,” the sadly optimistic tone of “Train Go By” and even Ritter’s awesome preach-singing in “Dreams” that could serve as a companion piece to creepy, yet somehow anthemic “Rattling Locks” off of So Runs the World Away.

Review: Angel Olsen’s “Phases”

by on December 15th, 2017 | No Comments »

Ian Bremner – On her 2016 album My Woman, Angel Olsen clearly took a step into a larger, bolder sonic direction. Olsen’s solo career started out as a lo-fi singer-songwriter with a haunting voice and the simple strums of a guitar, but My Woman managed to retain the artist’s delicate intimacy while at the same time representing a punchier, louder and more complete sound than she had been known for previously.

Dan Auerbach’s Second Solo Album: Worth Waiting For

by on November 6th, 2017 | No Comments »

Ian Bremner – You can call him a work-a-holic or simply a music addict, but Dan Auerbach always dips his hands in multiple projects coming out of his hometown of Nashville, Tennessee. Since the Black Keys have been on hiatus, the group’s frontman has produced for the likes of Valerie June, Hanni El Khatib, Bombino, Dr. John, Nikki Lane AND released an LP and a couple EPs for his side-project band, The Arcs.

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