REVIEW: Sarah Peacock Delivers A Bold And Timely Album With “Burn The Witch”

With her new album Burn the Witch (Road Dog Enterprises), Sarah Peacock wants you to know that it is OK to be different and that we are all inextricably tied to each other in a myriad of ways that we don’t often see or recognize. From the anthemic title track which was inspired by the […]

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REVIEW: Peter Bjorn and John Serve Up An Impressive Collection Of Indie-Pop Songs With “Endless Dream”

With their ninth full-length studio album Endless Dream, the indie-pop trio of Peter Morén, Björn Yttling, and John Eriksson (Peter Bjorn and John) celebrate the 20th anniversary of their making music together by offering up a collection of ten infectious songs that immediately serve as a testament to the power of music to be able […]

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REVIEW: The Lone Bellow’s “Half Moon Light” Is A Testament To Their Ever Growing Greatness And Storytelling Ability

While it has always been hard to pigeonhole the sound of Nashville’s The Lone Bellow with their eclectic mix that spans the American musical lexicon, that just got even harder to do as their latest album, Half Moon Light (Dualtone), finds the core trio of Zach Williams, Kanene Donehey Pipkin, and Brian Elmquist growing artistically […]

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