Orion Walsh's album "A Tale of a Broken Compass," our review states, "is what comes out when an artist stops paying worship to an interstate’s many signs and ventures past its shoulders."
With its roots in ‘80s post-punk and shoegaze, See Through Dresses' debut may very well be an ode to couples that have been together for two or more years. Listen to our review here.
Listen to our full audio review of Tim Kasher's "Adult Film": "He’s not throwing his voice into the ether looking for answers. These songs are the answers."
Take a look back at Eagle Seagull's self-titled debut, which our columnist Jacob Zlomke says is "obsessed with its own depth, its own poeticism and point of view."
Listen to our album review of Underwater Dream Machine's third record. Bret Vovk and Nick Carl will take it on the road starting with a tour kickoff show at Barley Street Tavern tonight.
Kwala Bee’s debut album is a parade of three-part harmony, no matter the love, loss or bright orange flames in the sky. Hear our full audio review of “Lovers and Quarrels” here.
Sorry to blow your cover, Eric In Outerspace. This week on our album review podcast we tackle "Secret Summer," the August release from the Omaha garage pop four-piece.
Even if they won't be released until tonight, the new songs from No Blood Orphan already have the feel of rare and lost tracks. Listen here for our audio review of "Top Shelf & Lost Tricks."
Ladyfinger's "Errant Forms," as reviewer Mark Bestul says, "makes you miss the ‘90s when guitars were always loud, ears hurt after every show and people smashed the shit out of stuff."
In "the trusted language," we hear UUVVWWZ with a sharpened intent and meatier music. This is a collection of darker, more mature songs that we review in-depth here.