The band Neighbor isn’t reinventing the wheel, but it’s not getting steamrolled by it either.
Cave In’s new album is more than a return to form — it is a surging breakthrough.
The Gravel Project respects its roots, but its new album demonstrates how a band can honor its influences without being smothered by them.
“I may second guess how a song was recorded. But I can say that all that we have done has come from an honest place.”
Crooked Tree is the Molly Tuttle record we’ve been waiting for, one that is firmly rooted in bluegrass, but imbued with her own sharp style as a guitarist, singer, and songwriter.
Where Roadrunner goes from here remains to be seen, but Billy Strings did his part to open the room with a bang of a blessing.
Each month, our arts critics — music, book, theater, dance, and visual arts — fire off a few brief reviews.
Wading in the deep end of the Tool pool.
Canadian singer/songwriter Allison Russell’s Outside Child made two lists. And so did Little Simz’s Sometime I Might Be Introvert.
At 80 years old, Bob Dylan sounds imperturbable and fierce.