Such is the case with Victorious, the latest full-length from Umea, Sweden's The Perishers, which while immaculate in its construction and execution, lacks a certain joie...
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.
As talented as Eisley is at crafting pop songs, it’s the songs where Eisley steps out of their comfort zone that are the most rewarding
Riot! is a good album for Paramore, the songs are a little tighter than All We Know Is Falling, and it goes a long way in...
Musically speaking, Secret Chorus serves up a fine course of melodically pleasing songs that are well arranged and imaginatively executed.
The latest release from the ever-improving singer-songwriter Matthew Ryan is quite a beauty to behold.
Those whose souls rage and churn on a daily basis might be well served to give a group like The SoftLightes a listen.
Harpooner is a stumbling trek through what happens when someone with marginal talent is given free reign to make an atmospheric indie pop record.
The emotional core of Stay Under The Stars is locked very firmly in the singer/songwriter tradition, trafficking largely in person-to-person emotions and direct, straight-line exchanges.