Album Reviews

Wannabe Reviews Margo Price’s ‘All American Made’

In the newest installment of Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle reviews All American Made, the new album from country songstress Margo Price, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image for full resolution (best viewed on desktop):

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Superb Vocalist Jim Byrnes Digs Down Further On ‘Long Hot Summer Days’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Jim Byrnes soaked in the blues in St. Louis as an adolescent but has lived in Vancouver ever since he returned as a Vietnam vet. With thirteen years or so of a partnership with master ...

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Vulture Whale’s Wes McDonald Issues New EP ‘A Lot More Then Enough’ Under Moniker Terry Ohms (ALBUM REVIEW)

Terry Ohms started as a side project for Vulture Whale, the Birmingham, AL-based indie group who fused southern rock, punk, and general rowdiness. Under the Ohms moniker, the band’s frontman Wes McDonald has released several ...

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Bob Dylan’s ‘Trouble No More – The Bootleg Series Vol. 13/1979-1981’ Covers Most Misunderstood Phase (ALBUM REVIEW)

The overtly religious phase of Bob Dylan’s career may in fact be its most misunderstood phase and that’s saying something given the controversy this man’s stirred up over the years. Yet the period chronicled on ...

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Langhorn Slim’s ‘Lost at Last Vol. 1’ Succeeds With Songs Of Instant Connection (ALBUM REVIEW)

From the opening strum of “Life Is Confusing,” it’s clear that Langhorne Slim is on to something special here with Lost at Last Vol. 1. That “something” becomes more evident as his new album progresses, ...

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Big Head Todd and The Monsters Go Extensive On 11th LP ‘New World Arisin’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Big Head Todd and The Monsters’ 2014 album Black Beehive radiated a sense of the self- discovery no doubt sourced in 100 Years of  Robert Johnson, their homage to a blues icon from three years ...

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Blitzen Trapper Leans For More Emphatic Embrace On ‘Wild and Reckless’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

For whatever Blitzen Trapper has accomplished — or failed to accomplish — in their prolific career, they’ve yet to connect with the wider audience they deserve. Perhaps it has something to do with the ambiguity ...

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Wannabe Reviews Bully’s ‘Losing’

In the newest installment of Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle reviews Losing, the new album from heavy rock and roll outfit Bully, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image for full resolution (best viewed on desktop):

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Henry Jamison Brings Immaculate Sound & Literary Detail To ‘The Wilds’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

[rating-7.00] Burlington, Vermont’s own Henry Jamison recounts a story in song, almost a rite of passage, during his first full-length LP The Wilds. The intimate, largely acoustic setting of this record aids in turning universal, ...

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Difford & Tilbrook Write Another Squeeze Classic With ‘The Knowledge’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Nearly forty years after their initial incarnation, Squeeze remains the band that just can’t quit. Well, almost. After a series of break-ups and subsequent reunions that waylaid them for nearly a dozen years, founders, composers ...

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