Album Review: Rosa Bordallo – Reef Walker

Indie folk-pop musician Rosa Bordallo will release her first record under her own name on Friday, October 18 on Time Castle Recordings. Reef Walker was written entirely by Bordallo and explores themes of identity and community while moving through ten grungy, folky tracks that become progressively more eerie and gritty as the album progresses. It’s not difficult … More Album Review: Rosa Bordallo – Reef Walker

Q&A: Britt A.M. talks new album, oppression and protest songs

Feminist alternative rocker Britt A.M. released another glaringly honest rock record, this time titled Psychic Knots, on Friday, September 20. It’s an album that spans a fair range of genres, but each track centers Britt’s strong vocals and straightforward (and sometimes dark) lyrics. Just before the album’s release, Britt Meierhofer, the musician behind the project, told Indientry … More Q&A: Britt A.M. talks new album, oppression and protest songs

EP Review: Commonweather – Sugar Sun EP

Coming almost a year after Chicago alt-rock band Commonweather‘s last release, the Sugar Sun EP is a bit of a poppy departure from the band’s previous music. Out Friday, September 13, the three tracks that comprise Sugar Sun are brighter, lighter and almost sunny compared to the heavier, grungier music that came before. Despite its lighter vibe, … More EP Review: Commonweather – Sugar Sun EP

Album Review: The Blonde Tongues – Anxiety Dream

For those searching for a solidly classic rock and roll album, Florida-based band The Blonde Tongues has come to the rescue with its latest release, Anxiety Dream. It’s grungy and garage-y, and everything about the album is rough around the edges in the best kind of way. Anxiety Dream opens with its title track; “Anxiety Dream” … More Album Review: The Blonde Tongues – Anxiety Dream