Reviews

Album | Lucy Rose – No Words Left

If a songwriter is to draw you in, they need the ability to tell a story with not only their chosen instrument but their presence too. Lucy Rose has spent the time between her previous album Something’s Changing and No…

Album | thinkbendy – Change

For a solid decade between 2003 and 2013, Adam Bendy toured and recorded with the New York quartet U-Melt, jamming amidst an ethereal blend of prog rock, funk, electronic, and jazz that eventually garnered the collective a national acclaim. Prior…

Album | Jason Ringenberg – Stand Tall

It’s not often a punk from a hog farm in Southern Illinois gets a chance to escape and raise rock hell with a band like The Scorchers, but Jason Ringenberg believed he could “kick American roots music into the modern…

Album | E.B. The Younger – To Each His Own

Beginning with a boy and a dream, E.B. The Younger describes himself in a biography with pure honesty and humour. Instantly grabbing your attention, his own originality shines throughout this debut solo outing from Midlake’s Eric Pulido. Finding purpose and…