Album Reviews

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Explore Sci-Fi Concepts on ‘Murder of the Universe’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Listening to the Melbourne-based group King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard can be a bit of a mixed bag, to say the least. No two albums sound the same, running the gamut from quirky psych-jazz ...

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Jeff Tweedy’s ‘Together At Last’ Plays Out Like a Wilco Photo Album (ALBUM REVIEW)

If you’ve ever been to a live show and heard an incredible acoustic version of a song you know really well, and just wished more than anything that you could hear it like that again ...

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‘Positively Bob: Willie Nile Sings Bob Dylan’ Gives New Weathered Voice To Renowned Songs (ALBUM REVIEW)

Willie Nile’s self-composed material hasn’t always measured up to his impassioned performances, so an album of cover material was probably inevitable. Still, he couldn’t have chosen a more fitting source of inspiration than he does ...

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Steelism’s ‘Ism’ Proves They Just Dont Make Em Like This Anymore (ALBUM REVIEW)

Every so often you hear a record that makes you think, “they don’t make ‘em like this anymore,” and that is consistently the case with Steelism’s stellar new follow up to their 2014 debut 615 ...

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Roger Waters’ ‘Is This The Life We Really Want?’ Follows Floyd Formula Precisely (ALBUM REVIEW)

Roger Waters is not the kind of guy that feels inclined to suppress his feelings or shy away from controversial comments, even at the risk of alienating fans and followers. His prickly temperament, particularly as ...

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Todd Adelman & The Country Mile Make Americana That Must Not Be Overlooked (ALBUM REVIEW)

Despite the fact he has six albums to his credit, each of which with a different ensemble, Colorado-based singer/songwriter Todd Adelman hasn’t gotten very much notice up until this point. It’s especially strange that he ...

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Wannabe Reviews The Regrettes’ ‘Feel Your Feelings Fool’

In the newest installment of Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle reviews Feel Your Feelings Fool, the new album from LA rockers The Regrettes, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image for full resolution (best viewed on desktop):

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GospelbeacH Makes 70’s Southern California Goodness on ‘Another Summer of Love’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

GospelbeacH (the capital ‘H’ is intentional) front man Brent Rademaker is well versed in making music with a retro stance. His previous outfits — Beachwood Sparks, Everest, The Tyde, were all well versed in a legacy ...

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Leslie Mendelson Makes Striking Return on ‘Love and Murder’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Her first album in eight years, Leslie Mendelson’s Love and Murder is also one of the best records of 2017. A proclamation of loyalty to her muse and so much more than simply a mere ...

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Rips Deliver Buzzworthy Rock and Roll Sound on Self-titled Debut LP (ALBUM REVIEW)

For four best friends from Brooklyn, forming a band and writing songs just came organically. The boys in Rips share the same musical influences mostly made up of 70’s NYC bands like The Ramones, Television ...

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