review

Blood Dancer by Crown Larks

Well, cards on the table... this album came out in April and I'm writing this in September. Maybe that's how long it took to really seep in for me. Time tables aside, Blood Dancer is an impressive step forward ...

America’s Drug by Eric Gaffney

Eric Gaffney should be a household name for anybody interested in home recording. He was DIY before it was even a thing and he's still doing it way better than most. America's Drug was recorded between late...

Hollow EP by Heroine Complex

Heroine Complex is the solo songwriting project of Ashly Dalene of Belleisle and One Wing Low. On January 29th of this year, Heroine Complex released Hollow, the first of a three-part concept album series. Join...

Nobody Got Anywhere by The Bribes

The Bribes have been reinterpreting the blues since 2011. The Logan Square four-piece has found a nice middle ground between the vintage blues sound and modern day rock with their new EP Nobody Got Anywhere. ...

Moonless by Metavari

Fort Wayne's Metavari are the champions of the long-awaited follow-up. Since their first album in 2009, the band has been writing, recording and reforming, and their sophomore album, Moonless, is a proud displa...

The Brave by Zigtebra

I was first introduced to Zigtebra at the CHIRP Record Fair a few years back. As one does when overwhelmed by vinyl, I was bouncing around tables, wide-eyed, as one of the vendors asked me what I was looking fo...

Do You Feel by Bliss Nova

Toledo natives Bliss Nova have just released Do You Feel, an atmospheric daydream of an album. For fans of Sinkane or Caribou, this six track indie electronic offering glitters with cascading keyboards and ...

The Querencia by Seafair

From the first swooping notes of Seafair's The Querencia, the Cleveland sextet grabs your attention with warm cello and confident violin lines that beautifully intertwine. "Dovetails" displays the brilliant...