Tag Archives: Album Review

Bob Dylan – “Rough and Rowdy Ways”

By Soham Dasgupta If some intrepid time-traveller had informed me a few months ago that a new Dylan album would be dropping, I honestly can’t say that I would have cared. For me, the last 40 years of Dylan have … Read More >

Bruno Major is Back!

By Julia Terhaerdt On June 5, Bruno Major self-released To Let A Good Thing Die, his second album after A Song For Every Moon in 2017. I spent the whole day spinning it. In the car on the way back … Read More >

Reflecting on Angel Olsen’s All Mirrors

By Riley Younger Angel Olsen tackles themes of love, taking a chance on it, losing it and expressing it on her fifth studio album, All Mirrors. The St. Louis native is known for her fluid and lyrically thoughtful melodies coupled … Read More >

How I’m feeling about “~how i’m feeling~”

By Martha Kowalski After many years it brings me great joy to finally say the words: Lauv has released a debut studio album. Since 2015, singer-songwriter Ari Staprans Leff – professionally known as Lauv – has produced dozens of songs … Read More >

Letting Noname Go: Room 25 Album Review

by Izzi Bavis [NOTE: I originally wrote this in June, 2019. There is a brief reflection at the end which was written in February, 2020.]  It took me back to riding the Red Line on a freezing February night in … Read More >