Tag 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 >

Album Review: The XX’s “I See You”

Author: David Heinrich The xx have once again blessed us with new music. The British musical trio of Jamie, Romy, and Oliver are back at it again with the widely-anticipated album I See You, a comprehensive refinement of their sound … Read More >

Mac Miller’s GO:OD AM Album review

GO:OD AM marks the 23-year-old, platinum-selling rapper’s third record in the last five years – and a different Mac Miller than we’ve heard before.  The Pittsburgh native has come a long way since his early days with Rostrum Records.  After … Read More >

Lessons From The Streets Album Review

Elijah Jamal Balbed’s sophomore release, Lessons From The Streets, is telling of how influential his music has already been on the Washington, DC jazz scene. The album’s liner notes make no mistake about it: “Balbed has become a guiding force on … Read More >

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