‘Surrender’ review: Maggie Rogers encourages happiness by any means on her latest album

Allowing your heart to take the lead can be a scary decision. But once you get the hang of it, the world around you changes, often for the better. Singer-songwriter, Maggie Rogers, ponders this way of living in her latest…

‘Orange Blood’ review: Mt. Joy urges us to stop and smell the roses

During the past couple years, many people have felt like they’re in a constant state of uncertainty. On one hand, we want to be responsible and do what we’re “supposed” to do. On the other hand, all we really want…

‘Wet Leg’ review: Wet Leg debut their slacker style and dry-wit humor

Wet Leg already has a significant amount of hype riding on their debut self-titled album. The band exploded onto the indie rock scene with their single “Chaise Longue” in the summer of 2021 when the UK was still under pandemic…

‘The Jacket’ review: Widowspeak create a dreamy safe space to shelter inside

Six albums in, Widowspeak release a remarkable shoegaze-sounding album, chock full of sweet metaphors and honest heartbreak.

‘PAINLESS’ review: Nilüfer Yanya finds inner peace in her latest album

The cover art of the latest album from Nilüfer Yanya, PAINLESS, is filled with cutouts of buildings surrounding a city skyline. Trapped below these layers of gray concrete are Yanya’s signature pink wings wishing to take flight and break free.…

From the Record Crate: Tegan and Sara – “If It Was You” (2002)

We take a look back at the third studio album from Tegan and Sara, ‘If It Was You.’ The early-2000s record was a vastly creative and inventive project.

Jeshua Marshall releases music video for “Shoot The Moon”

Rippling with silky colors brimming with latent effervescent sonic hues, “Shoot The Moon” echoes with tantalizing leitmotifs, injecting the tune with brilliant feel-good motion.