Andrew Munsey, High Tide
Astrid S, Trust Issues EP
Black Belt Eagle Scout, At the Party With My Brown Friends
Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Bryce Dessner, & Eighth Blackbird, When We Are Inhuman
Close Talker, How Do We Stay Here
Common, Let Love – I bet this is the definition of woke and overwrought.
Ezra Furman, Twelve Nudes – The question is, can Ezra sustain it over twelve anythings?
Fire-Toolz, Field Whispers
Gawd Status, Firmamentum
Hesitation Wounds, Chicanery
Jack Drag, Summer of Cuts and Bruises EP
Joan Shelley, Like the River Loves the Sea – The single by the folkie was so strong, here we must pay attention now…
Lana Del Rey – Norman Fucking Rockwell – We’ve heard seven songs, six of which are definitely on the album, two covers, five originals, all are great (I know what I wrote Saturday, I changed my mind). This could be the album of the year -MOST ANTICIPATED ALBUM OF THE WEEK
Maya Beiser, delugEON
Natasha Bedingfield, Roll With Me
Phebe Starr, Ice Tea Liberace EP
Rilès, Welcome to the Jungle
Rosemary Fairweather, Heavenly – A Second Collection of Songs
Sheryl Crow, Threads – Is it worth noting that this woman has sucked from day one (except for “If It Makes You Happy”).
SiR, Chasing Summer
Spiritualized, Live At The Royal Albert Hall – Ladies And Gentlemen, they are floating in London.
The S.L.P., The S.L.P.
Tenesha The Wordsmith, Peacocks & Other Savage Beasts
Tool, Fear Inoculum – Now we’ve heard the title track can we be a little less thrilled by their grand return?
Trisha Yearwood, Every Girl – Country very good, not great.
Velvet Negroni, Neon Brown
Whitney, Forever Turned Around
SZA’s best since 2017
The Earliest Bird: Top Recorded Release For 12-3-21 – 12-9-21. Arca’s kick ii, iii, iiii, iiiii, Reviewed
the state of pop art is somewhere in Arca’s sound
part glam-rock opus, part mixtape
an ear candy of epic proportions
an immersive sonic experience
Particle is on a mission to revolutionize the fine art industry and every work acquired by the company will be included in the “Particle Foundation,” a nonprofit that will maintain, display, and tour the collection on behalf of the community.
Luke Combs’ What You See Is What You Get Tour At Madison Square Garden, Tuesday, November 30th, 2021, Reviewed
lives and dies with his songs
an immaculate collection
Live Review: Randy Edelman “A Life In 80 Minutes” @ Chelsea Table & Stage in NYC, Nov.27, 2021 By Harley Rain
Live Review: Randy Edelman “A Life In 80 Minutes” @ Chelsea Table & Stage in NYC, Nov.27, 2021