Patrick Dunphy - Seasons Change

Patrick Dunphy – Seasons Changing 

May 25, 2018 Syd Ghan 0

6/10 The cover art for Montreal native Patrick Dunphy’s latest release Seasons Changing is indicative of the kind of music that awaits the listener. It’s a picture of the sky through autumn foliage, with a single […]

If This Is A Man - Centuries

If This Is A Man – Centuries

April 25, 2018 Hanorah 0

7.5/10 Press your forehead against the cold glass of a bus widow on a rainy autumn day. What sounds would you like to hear, other than the low rumbling of the engine? I think Jon […]


Morgan Barrie – Fall

April 12, 2018 Aaron Deck 0

6.1/10 I’ve always found the singer/songwriter genre very polarizing. It seems they’ll either produce something so amazing, something so profound that you find yourself pantsless and screaming at the moon over their sheer brilliance after […]

Jason Philips Band - Animal Inside

Jason Philip Band – Animal Inside 

April 3, 2018 Ben Cornel 0

5/10 Out of Fayetteville, North Carolina, comes the Jason Philip Band with their 2017 release Animal Inside. The five-track album is a short listen of dialled-back indie folk rock. Instrumentally the band pulls together some very nice […]


Adiescar – Love in Sound EP

March 9, 2018 Lee Ferguson 0

8/10 There are some albums I absolutely love listening to at the gym. The songs are energized and really get your blood pumping for a solid workout. Alright, I confess, I don’t actually go to […]


Zeresh – Sigh For Sigh

February 20, 2018 Lee Ferguson 0

10/10 Alright, so I’ll admit to knowing next to nothing about atmospheric dark folk. Nor do I know much about the music scene in Israel, the home base for multi instrumentalist Tamar Singer who performs […]


Joseph and Maia – Fear

January 23, 2018 Aaron Deck 0

8.8/10 As soon as I popped this album, Fear by Joseph and Maia, onto my playlist and began listening to it, I was immediately transported back to a simpler time in my life. When I […]