Trent Moore


10 alt-rock albums from the ‘90s you should pick up on vinyl now

We’ve gone digging through the shelves to cherry pick 10 1990’s alt-rock and grunge albums that are well worth revisiting on vinyl.

Ryan Adams’ reckoning

For Ryan Adams fans who are able to reconcile the man from the music, the situation still brings up deeper ethical questions.

Matt Nathanson – Some Mad Hope

I labeled Beneath These Fireworks Nathanson’s career defining album. At the time, I didn’t think he could get any better. Luckily, I was wrong.

Art Brut – It’s a Bit Complicated

Kudos to Art Brut, as they’ve finally given Brit’s a truly worthy answer to Manhattan’s Julian Casablancas & co.

The Bravery – The Sun and The Moon

With The Sun & The Moon, The Bravery have made good on the lofty expectations placed on them when they first hit the scene.

Arctic Monkeys – Favourite Worst Nightmare

The Arctic Monkeys have beat the odds with Favourite Worse Nightmare, putting together an album that easily rivals the tunes on their debut.

Dustin Kensrue – Please Come Home

Kensrue has managed to find his inner-storyteller, and in doing so he manages to channel the likes of Ryan Adams, Leonard Cohen, and Johnny Cash.

Matthew Ryan – From A Late Night High Rise

The latest release from the ever-improving singer-songwriter Matthew Ryan is quite a beauty to behold.

Deerhoof – Friend Opportunity

If you’re a fan of good, interesting music; you should definitely take Deerhoof up on this Opportunity.

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