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…

Interview | FFS 5 with Kyle Daniel

What’s there to say when you’ve conceded to the hardships of life? Kyle Daniel wrestles with this question throughout his sophomore EP, aptly titled What’s There to Say?. Delivering his message via bright melodies and a wall of electric guitar, Daniel…

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…