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Album review of the week: Fever Bush // Remember, Forget
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The Canyon, the newest of seven full-length albums from alternative rock band The Used, is teenage angst all grown up.
Turn Out the Lights, second full-length studio album from Memphis-based singer-songwriter Julien Baker, is an early November walk through your favorite park, when the very last flowers are dying off for the season, but everything is still unspeakably beautiful.
The music in Turn Out the Lights is understated -- soft, lyrical guitar, strings, and piano with no blatant melody, designed to be a...
Sleepwalker, the first EP by Nashville-based alternative rock band Low Mass, feels like walking through your old neighborhood on a cloudy afternoon, trying to peer into the windows of boarded up houses through the overgrown yards.
Musically and vocally, Sleepwalker is very reminiscent of early Manchester Orchestra. The instrumentals have a similar...
Nashville-based alternative indie rock band Father Mountain’s new full length album, Apartment Living, feels like driving to a Friendsgiving dinner under grey skies with a casserole dish balanced on the seat next to you, wondering how you got old enough to be celebrating your own holidays but also grateful for and content with where you're at.
Father Mountain’s sound fluctuates from classically pop punk to alternative/indie, with serious Death Cab for Cutie vibes in a way that is fresh and modern and original rather than imitation. There's a certain...
The self-titled debut album from Nashville-based indie pop rock band Early Humans feels like blazing sun, dusty shoes, and sweaty bodies pressed together in front of a festival stage.
Some of the songs, like "Waste My Mind" have a slightly 70's vibe and other songs, like "Look At What A Mess We’ve Made of Love", are reminiscent of...
Remember, Forget, the two-track EP from Nashville-based four piece, Fever Blush, feels like an indie movie soundtrack, both cinematic and understated.
The two songs cleverly follow the tone suggested by the title, with "Remember" being a bit brighter and jauntier, and "Forget" more somber. In several moments, particularly in...