Even if it’s not really Redford’s final performance, it would still make a great note to go out on.
[rating=9.00] Five years between albums can invite a lot of curiosity, and in the case of Phosphorescent, whose 2013 record Muchacho felt like a tall peak for Matthew Houck as
[rating=7.00] Whether or not it was recorded subsequent to or simultaneous with its predecessor, The Modern Lives Vol. 2 is much superior. Otherwise fully complementary to Vol. 1 right down
[rating=8.00] Americana songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist Sylvia Rose Novak is releasing this self-produced effort, Someone Else’s War, that calls attention to the mostly darker sides of human nature, the duality
[ratomg The kick in the Brandy Alexander is the cognac/brandy, smoothed out by fresh cream and crème de cacao. This new soul-rock band from Brooklyn takes their name from the
“The Persian Leaps” began as a phrase singer/guitarist Drew Forsberg doodled in a notebook margin during a college Greek Archaeology course. He wrote music independently under that name for years,
Houston based five-piece The Wheel Workers are known for their politically charged rockers, but their new album post-truth (out Nov. 2) isn’t so much focused on politics as it is the
Canadian noise rock trio Metz returned to Austin on Wednesday, October 3 and proceeded to eviscerate a crowd of cochlear sadists. The audience beholden to the Canuck rockers was an