Quietly slipping an album out late last year, The Ambientist, an unknown producer of unknown origin (maybe Canada!), is blowing the minds of those who go weak at the mention of 90s dance music revivalism.
Once again, as on Sprained Ankle, Turn Out the Lights is a triumphant battle of musical storytelling and a testament that Baker’s voice has the power to make a loud room quickly go quiet. Congrats on a fantastic album Julien!
Sam Beam comes full circle with this album, and that’s why this album is so captivating. He perfected his craft and it shows in full on ‘Beast Epic’.
Washed Out has continued to remain fresh without sacrificing his own identity as an artist, all while showing musical growth.
Chastity Belt has released their most touching work so far, and their lyrical and musical growth has been outstanding. It’s a bold move to approach mental obstacles in this manner, and they turned out more than successful.
This album is proof Benjamin Booker has got what it takes to be rock star. Booker can clearly make any genre his own and we have some solid examples of that on Witness.
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 …
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.
Repetitive structures and melodies combined with long run times and a general lack of energy undermine the emotional power this record could’ve had, resulting in album that ultimately fails to meet its potential.
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.