It’s pretty ostentatious to name what, to my knowledge, is your debut album Greatest Hits Vol. 3&4.
Jon Ashley’s Doghouse Flowers is an earnest collection of depressed country songs that tell tales of pretty much every woman who has done him wrong.
At full-length number four, Young Widows show no sign of relenting.
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?
Our capacity to imagine a perfect love, which escapes us in reality, forms the basis of much internal (as well as interpersonal) conflict.
D’Arkestra accurately describes its music as “post-rock and indie-jazz.” Led by saxophonist/composer Drew Miller, the band includes many of our best younger players (Graeme Gardin
Studio engineer Rafter Roberts sat behind the mixing boards for the Castanets, Fiery Furnaces and labelmate Sufjan Stevens.
Most of the problems with The Waves’ debut record emanate from one source: the faux-Brit affectation.
Having released a series of guerilla/mixtape-style albums in recent years, Truth B.
Dare I call this toned-down Foxy? Impossible.