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The Head and the Heart, “Every Shade of Blue”

Their fifth LP is a starkly mediocre effort that falls firmly within an already-crowded class of half-hearted folk-pop records that have flooded the market over the last half decade.

April 26, 2022
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Lindsey Buckingham, “Lindsey Buckingham”

On his eponymous seventh album, the modest guitar hero stays true to form in almost every imaginable way.

September 16, 2021
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Angel Olsen, “Aisles”

Despite breathing new life into 35-year-old hits, Olsen’s covers EP often doesn’t always provide compelling alternative interpretations.

August 18, 2021
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Francis Lung, “Miracle”

The ex-WU LYF songwriter blends breezy, summery rock arrangements with casual, friendly lyrics.

June 16, 2021

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In Conversation: The Deadly Snakes’ André Ethier and Deer Tick’s Ian O’Neil Discuss Each Other’s Work

With Ethier’s new record “Further Up Island” out today, the pair of musicians/painters talk songwriting, portraiture, and being a self-critical artist.

May 28, 2021
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Raina Sokolov-Gonzalez, “If They’re Mine”

The seven-track debut’s unique blend of jazz, R&B, and sensual lyricism is wonderfully enticing.

May 24, 2021
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Sam Valdez, “Take Care”

Valdez’s debut blends airy vocals with atmospheric reverb to create an indie pop experience that’s decidedly Californian.

May 07, 2021
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Dorothea Paas, “Anything Can’t Happen”

Paas’ debut is made intriguing by complex, lush contours and eclectic lyricism.

May 04, 2021
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Pink Floyd, “Live at Knebworth 1990”

Like the band itself, the selected arrangements are rich, bold, and magically transportive. 

April 29, 2021
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Valleyheart, “Scenery”

The East Coast four-piece explore powerful, accessible soundscapes in an adequately sized package.

March 25, 2021
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Neil Young, “Young Shakespeare”

The unofficial sister record to “Live at Massey Hall 1971” is a brilliant summation of the era’s folk movement.

March 23, 2021
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Wild Pink, “A Billion Little Lights”

The dreamy indie rockers’ third LP is hazy, sparkly, and full of atmospheric character.

February 17, 2021
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Sun June, “Somewhere”

Though not entirely innovative, “Somewhere” is filled with arrangements that have a lot of room to breathe.

February 04, 2021
Su Lee Cancels Out “All the Noise” on New Single

The Seoul-based bedroom pop artist shares another earnest ballad following her viral 2020 hit “I’ll Just Dance.”

January 29, 2021
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Lia Ices, “Family Album”

Ices’ Northern California surroundings and recent transition to motherhood contribute to a holistic voice that serves her arrangements wonderfully.

January 27, 2021
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Pearl Charles, “Magic Mirror”

Charles’ latest collection of songs is a musical mosaic weaving in the influence of artists like Fleetwood Mac and ABBA.

January 13, 2021