Not since the Gravediggaz has a hip-hop album seemed to give such little of a shit about religious humility.
Any musician can relate to the dread that comes with describing your own music, especially when asked that question by people outside of your genre.
The word “pretension” is one to avoid, but one I struggle with here; can I think of something as silly without coming off as pretentious myself?
There is an AM radio gentleness, or maybe tameness, that imbues “So It Is With Us,” the fifth release from Portland, Ore., indie folk band Horse Feathers.
It’s pretty ostentatious to name what, to my knowledge, is your debut album Greatest Hits Vol. 3&4.
If you’re a jazz fan and haven’t heard of Gregory Porter, then do yourself a favor and check him out.
Joe Henry’s latest is both an extension of recurring themes and a return from whence he came.
At full-length number four, Young Widows show no sign of relenting.
New Mother Nature make music that hits all the right beats for an indie band, especially one based in our fair city.
Dig, if you will, a picture. Because not only is that all an all-instrumental band can provide, but that’s precisely the intent of such soundscape specialists like Interstates.