Album Review: True Story – Patrick Craig

True Story, Patrick Craig’s debut album, combines the essence of folk-punk music with evocative lyrics to create an excellent record that’s about “coming to terms” with change and being a new person. It’s almost hard to believe that the album made quickly, recorded for the most part outside of a “traditional” studio. True Story is, in this way … More Album Review: True Story – Patrick Craig

Album Review: Curve Of The Earth – Mystery Jets

Curve Of The Earth, a fitting name for an album as spacey and dreamy as this one, brings to mind extraterrestrial beings, multitudes of stars, and galaxies beyond the comprehension of humans. Although the latest Mystery Jets album isn’t *quite* that intense, it’s definitely worth listening to. Curve Of The Earth manages to uphold several contradictions … More Album Review: Curve Of The Earth – Mystery Jets

Album Review: Not To Disappear – Daughter

Daughter, an English indie folk band, combines airy, ethereal vocals with dreamy-yet-heavy instrumentation that’s well-timed to highlight the talented lead singer in their latest album, Not To Disappear. The album, released on January 15th, features tracks that inspire beautiful imagery and intense feelings. The album kicks off with New Ways, a light and airy track that has a … More Album Review: Not To Disappear – Daughter