Author: Jo Thompson

Despite lacking the mainstream fanfare that surrounded more recent releases in the genre, Julien Baker has created the magnum opus of the indie-folk singer-songwriter moment with Little Oblivions. Characterized by her trademark dynamic vocals and incisive lyricism, adding interesting production and larger instrumentation, Little Oblivions tells tales of relapse and self-loathing, and the cycle that […]

Whatever I was expecting when I logged into Lombardi’s World, the game was decidedly not that. One Trait Danger is an experimental pop group helmed by Andrew Katz of Car Seat Headrest featuring other members of CSH. They’ve always held an ironic (at least I’m assuming ironic) disdain for major musical publications and a lot […]

After a nine-year-long hiatus, Bright Eyes has returned. Here’s we think of their long-awaited material.   The Omaha-based Indie-Folk legends, Bright Eyes are back with their ninth studio album, and Down in the Weeds Where the World Once Was is as sad as ever. Despite never officially breaking up, they parted ways for a while […]

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