By Jordan Yeager Columbia Records Christmas music is a polarizing topic. Some like to start blasting it at the first sign of leaves turning colour, others boycott…Columbia Records, Dr. Seuss, Music Inspired by Illumination & Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch, Record Review, the creator, The Grinch, Tyler
By Melissa Vincent It’s 7:30 pm in Dublin when Carlos O’Connell, one of two guitarists in the universally buzzed about…Fontaines D.C.
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By Joey Lopez Last Gang Records Dreamy Canadian R&B duo Rhye are capping the year off with a remixed re-release of their emotionally…Blood Remixed, Last Gang Records, Record Review, Rhye
By Sarah Bauer Island Records The inevitable trajectory of a geographic delta is toward the opening of a much larger…Delta, Island Records, Mumford & Sons, Record Review
By Judah Schulte Polyvinyl For his third full length release, Jacco Gardner has made some serious changes. The record is entirely…Jacco Gardner, Polyvinyl, Record Review, Somnium
By Christine Leonard Independent Shake off the sadness and gloom. Delve below the surface, beyond image and shallow facade, into…Heavydive, Record Review, Warn the Dark
By Christine Leonard Oscar St. Records O Brother, there art thou! Meet Davers, formerly known as David Lang, founder of indie rock…Davers, Oscar St. Records, Record Review
By Craig Douglas New West Records After releasing two surprise albums to ring in 2018, Daniel Romano returns with a third set…Daniel Romano, Finally Free, New West Records, Record Review
By Prachi Kamble Epic Records Mariah is finally having fun again on Caution. Nothing ruffles her feathers anymore. Men disappoint her but she finds it…Caution, Epic Records, Mariah Carey, Record Review
By Christine Leonard Leaving Records Gothic anthems for the modern age, that’s what post-punk outfit Bauhaus are famous for. Fashioned…Bauhaus, Leaving Records, Record Review, The Bela Session
By Graeme Wiggins Alcopop! Records In two senses Wham! Bang! Pow! Let’s Rock Out! is somewhat of a return for Art Brut….Alcopop! Records, Art Brut, Record Review, Wham! Bang! Pow! Let’s Rock Out!
By Sebastian Buzzalino Every now and then, the trajectory of a solo recording project unexpectedly changes direction after a chance…Sunglaciers