Starflyer 59 returns with another solid collection of songs.
The band’s latest single enhances their elegant ’80s-influenced songwriting with new age ambience.
Produced by Fine China’s Rob Withem, this 5-song EP is an excellent introduction to Josh Dooley’s dreamy indie-pop.
Though it’s marked by glossy arrangements and studio polish, brokenness and hurt lies at the core of Air Review’s latest.
Fine China return after thirteen years with some of their best songs to date. Elegant, wistful pop of the finest sort.
The simple fact is that any new music from Lee Bozeman is a gift.
The as-yet-untitled release will be recorded this February.
This is good, honest, soul-stirring music of the finest kind, music that never feels the need to announce itself or overstate its worth.
Kissing Cousins’ music contains just the right amounts of coyness, sensuality, innocence, and bad-ass swagger.
Ronald of Orange reminds me of just why I enjoy Ronnie Martin’s music so much.
We sat down the founder of Velvet Blue Music to discuss music, new releases, and why music is trash.
He recalls a sincerely heartbroken Burt Bacharach working more with an acoustic guitar than a piano.
Although the album lacks some of the fire that Jones packs into her live performance, I prefer the subtler performances here.
LN’s Gary Murray has pushed himself musically and explored a wider range of styles and sounds.
Becoming What You Hate makes a perfect companion piece to Starflyer 59’s later albums.
Shows off the sense of what makes a good pop song without losing the rock.
Some drone artists may encourage you to tune out and fade away but Charity Empressa’s music engages the listener.
This split EP is a tremendous change for Canary.