Category Archives: Album Review

Album Review: Valerie June’s The Order of Time

Author: Aaron Grych Valerie June is anything but traditional. Her voice is nasally, her style can’t be confined to one genre, and her hair resembles a heavily dreadlocked version of Medusa herself. However, June is able to master … Read More >

Album Review: Lost Lakes

Author: Joey Marz Lost Lakes is the brainchild of local Madison musicians Corey Mathew Hart and Paul Mitch.  On their eponymous self-titled record, it’s immediately apparent that, despite being a debut collaboration, these musicians have a lot of experience … Read More >

Local Natives Album Review

Imagine you’re driving on the highway on a gorgeous Sunday in late August. It’s 5 PM, and the sun is casting radiant hues of orange and pink across the sky. It’s the golden hour. The windows are all the way … Read More >

The Central-Discovery of a Rat

It is no small challenge for bands to find a way to sonically distinguish themselves from the legions of acts in their genre. There’s no shortage of ways (intentional or not) for groups to get this done, but in the … Read More >

STRFKR’s Album Review

Sci-fi synths and atmospheric soundscapes are likely the last things expected to be born from a self-induced desert exile, but that is exactly what makes STRFKR’s fourth album, Being No One, Going Nowhere, so irresistible. Written during a solo stint … Read More >

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