Category Archives: Album Review

Album Review: SUSTO’s & I’m Fine Today

Author: Aaron Grych With their sophomore record, Charleston band SUSTO hits an absolute home run that is sure to cement their place in the world of indie rock. The album is filled with a bevy of influences, ranging from … Read More >

Album Review: TØMA’s Aroma

Author: Aaron Grych Looking for something to be your soundtrack to the summer? Want to impress your friends by pulling out an album with <1,000 Spotify views on almost every song? Well, look no further than Austin-based band Read More >

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 >

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