David Lindstrom - Gilded Prayer
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David Lindstrom – Gilded Prayer

February 15, 2019 Justin Bruce 0

7/10 Gilded Prayer is the latest release from Minnesota band David Lindstrom. The brainchild of singer/songwriter Matt Nelson, David Lindstrom’s newest album mixes together folk, indie, and rock influences to create a fairly eclectic seven-song […]

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High Parade – The Ocean

February 1, 2019 Shawn Thicke 0

7/10  High Parade’s The Ocean is an incredibly solid debut that manages to expertly combine the dreamier aspects of shoegaze with cleaner, indie-pop production values. Their music is very much in the now but wouldn’t […]

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Georgia Fearn – Perfect On Paper    

November 27, 2018 Lee Ferguson 0

9/10 Humble readers, I think we may have a young Tori Amos. Georgia Fearn, seventeen-year-old singer, guitarist, pianist… (she’s seventeen people, from Carmarthen, Wales) released her debut album Perfect On Paper earlier this year (March […]

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Dr.Doak – It’s Time to Leave

November 20, 2018 Ben Cornel 0

5/10 The classic glass half empty, or glass half full; you’re going to have to tell me on Dr Doak’s release, It’s Time To Leave. It’s an ambiguous mix of pop punk, grunge, and rock; and […]

Vicki Gilmore - Someone
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Vikki Gilmore – Someone EP

November 15, 2018 Lee Ferguson 0

8/10 If you’re looking for some easy-listening music, in the truest sense, something to ease you into your day or caress you to sleep, Someone (released September 7th, 2018), the second EP from Montreal’s Vikki […]

To The Trees - To The Trees
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To The Trees – To The Trees

August 29, 2018 Jordan Hodgins 0

7/10 To The Trees is a four-piece synth-rock band from Kitchener-Waterloo that was formed in 2015 by Katelyn Bearinger (vocals/synth), Mike Johnson (guitar), Trevor Martin (keys/vocals), and Jake Bursey (drums/percussion). They describe their music as […]

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Innes Wilson – Northumberland Slums

August 2, 2018 Syd Ghan 0

5.5/10  The most immediately obvious thing about Innes Wilson’s latest release Northumberland Slums is that the production is wildly different from song to song. I don’t mean that there’s autotune on the voice on one […]