Reviews

Album | Bob Dylan – Triplicate

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Outside of seldom few this side of Lennon, McCartney, and Cohen, Bob Dylan is, among other things, often considered to be the greatest songwriter of modern times. Though his gritty, offbeat vocals may be seen as less than preferential by…

Album | Jay Regan – Wash Me

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In the ever-expanding world of indie records that are far better than their cover art may imply comes Jay Regan’s Wash Me. Developed with an admittedly rather captivating swirly, 70s-inspired psychedelic center, Regan’s pasted-on logo and Arial font title prove…

Album | San Fermin – Belong

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It is a rare moment where a band presents themselves as being an ensemble performing expansive chamber-pop, yet, back with their third LP of such music, San Fermin return with Belong. Primarily a construct by Ellis Ludwig-Leone, who has previously…

Album | Karen Elson – Double Roses

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Seven years have passed since Karen Elson’s debut record first wowed audiences with its blues-tinged ballads of murder and desolation. Unfortunately, this was a time where Elson met celebrity not for her music, but rather for the one she was…

Single | Ivan Beecroft – Believe

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Folk and rock singers have strummed their way through this common theme through eras come and gone for so long that it’s become a timeless sentiment: the working class are underprivileged at best and oppressed at worst. Such has been…