Little Thoughts: Three Records with Ben Whitted

Little Thoughts is a brand-new monthly guest post series where music fans and writers cover three albums, new or old, that they think deserve to be heard. The series itself is named after a Bloc Party song. This month features Ben Whitted, a recently-graduated high school senior who is involved in a band called Iota Orator. We … More Little Thoughts: Three Records with Ben Whitted

Little Thoughts: Three Records with Jack Davidson

Little Thoughts is a brand-new monthly guest post series where music fans and writers cover three albums, new or old, that they think deserve to be heard. The series itself is named after a Bloc Party song. This month features Jack Davidson of Noise Not Music, a Columbus music blog that focuses on the “experimental and avant-garde”. … More Little Thoughts: Three Records with Jack Davidson

Little Thoughts: Three Records with James Fenney

Little Thoughts is a brand-new monthly guest post series where music fans and writers cover three albums, new or old, that they think deserve to be heard. The series itself is named after a Bloc Party song. This month features James Fenney of Belwood Music, another music blog that I admire. Just like Adam Reeve, James and I … More Little Thoughts: Three Records with James Fenney

Little Thoughts: Three Records with Adam Reeve

Little Thoughts is a brand-new monthly guest post series where music fans and writers cover three albums, new or old, that they think deserve to be heard. The series itself is named after a Bloc Party song. This month features Adam Reeve of Sounds Good, another music blog that I admire. I was introduced to Sounds Good … More Little Thoughts: Three Records with Adam Reeve

Little Thoughts: Three Records with Jacob Jeffers

Little Thoughts is a brand-new monthly guest post series where music fans and writers cover three albums, new or old, that they think deserve to be heard. The series itself is named after a Bloc Party song, a band introduced to me by my older brother Jacob Jeffers, so it’s only fitting that he’s featured in the … More Little Thoughts: Three Records with Jacob Jeffers