Steely Dan – Aja

Forty years after its release, Steely Dan’s Aja remains the defining work of 1970s America. Donald Fagen and Walter Becker’s sixth album under the Steely Dan moniker is a self-indulgent and delightfully overproduced …

LVL UP – Return to Love

LVL Up’s Return to Love is an album with 90s sensibilities, angst, huggable distortion, singing that slips in and out of the mix, more mood than deep lyrical content, and a blend of comfort vs. unease. To put it simply: if you didn’t like that last sentence, you probably will not like this album.

Mac DeMarco – This Old Dog

I’m a firm believer that indie slacker Mac DeMarco has never released a bad song. It’s remarkable just how much his music has connected to me over the years. Accordingly, one …

Colton Dixon – Identity

Murfreesboro native Colton Dixon has swept the Christian Music world by storm, producing great faith-based music that has touched many. His third studio album, ‘Identity’, does not disappoint as it continues what Dixon has begun.

Parachute – Wide Awake

‘Wide Awake’ may be the best album so far by pop/rock band Parachute. The cohesiveness of their latest album, paired with the fact that it rounds off the themes of their previous albums, makes ‘Wide Awake’ nothing short of genius.

The Flaming Lips – Oczy Mlody

Oczy Mlody was a trip from start to finish. That trip, though, was not exactly a good one. This album really is for those looking for weird music. If that’s what you’re into, though, then give this album a try for sure.