Category: Reviews

Osees — A Foul Form

Currently calling themselves the Osees, Jon Dwyer’s prog-rock post-punk artistic vehicle dispenses with all pleasantries and runs head-on into their harshest and grittiest effort to...

Kasabian — The Alchemist’s Euphoria

A band in transition, Kasabian returns with their first album since 2017, and more importantly, their first since the departure of Tom Meighan as lead...

Eminem — Curtain Call 2

Partially due to the waning intrinsic value of greatest hits compilations in the age of streaming and endless playlists, but also because Eminem’s output and...

Maggie Rogers — Surrender

Holding on to her folksy roots while emerging as a bona fide pop star, Surrender finds Maggie Rogers still deciding which musical genre fits best....

Beyoncé — Renaissance

In stark contrast to the evocative and personal Lemonade, Beyoncé’s Renaissance sheds the weighty emotions and genre-bending ethos of her 2016 effort, wades out onto...

Ty Segall — Hello, Hi

Somewhere between his burgeoning list of bands and occasional soundtrack tangents, Ty Segall finds time to churn out a yearly stream of albums ranging from...

Odesza — The Last Goodbye

Electro-dance duo Odesza return from a five-year release hiatus with The Last Goodbye, a collection of rhythm-heavy electronica tracks in much of the same format...

Ben Harper — Bloodline Maintenance

After an instrumental album and a series of duets, Ben Harper returns with a more familiar sound on Bloodline Maintenance. Split between social commentary of...