Hugh Shines on “Almost Done, Almost Here”

Hugh is one of the hardest bands to peg down.They pass effortlessly from spacey shoegaze indie rock, to unabashed pop, straight on through to...
Pretty Things

Pell Caps Off Banner Year with “Pretty Things”

If you want to talk about artists who had banner years in 2015, you can't avoid mentioning Pell. Rising from the wake of underground...

Premier: “Pink Summertime” – Mato Wayuhi

To pick up Mato Wayuhi's "Pink Summertime" is to be temporarily transported to a sandy beach framed by a cotton candy sunset. It's a...
Count To Five by Rhye

“Count To Five” – Rhye

Rhye returns with more… sexy tunes! (ahem) There’s a lot in Count To Five that’s right up my alley. That dry drum sound, Fender Rhodes,...

“Blood” – Mark Clennon

Propelled by a chorus that I can't get out of my head no matter how hard I try, "Blood" is a bombshell of a...

Song of the Day – “Robyn” by Lawrence Taylor

2015 has been a landmark year for the soulful blues revival. Releases from young up-and-comers like Anderson East, Leon Bridges and Lawrence Taylor have...

“Darling” – The Womack Sisters

The Womack Sisters have flawlessly recreated the soulful sound of yesteryear with "Darling." It's a showstopper, so give it a listen. Also...check out their family...

“Sandman” – Tameca Jones

I can't sing the praises for Tameca Jones' "Sandman" enough. It drowns itself in soul only to raise its arms in absolute triumph. Each...

Song of the Day – “Flat Out Lie” by Club Kuru

Today's Song of the Day is really something special. Like a shining beacon of hope, “Flat Out Lie” emerged from a fog of incessant...

Song of the Day – “All Over You” by LEISURE

I'm not quite sure how I missed this when it dropped over a month ago, but I'm glad it finally floated its way through...