The album guides listeners through the mental environments their creator inhabits.
A review organized in double-sided moods: fast and laconic, awake and asleep, lonesome and communal.
The band's earnestness is evident in every hook and harmony.
King Tuff's latest is a heartbreaking album that encapsulates the loneliness of this specific decade.
These are my kind of girls.
"I am exiting someone's mind by shrinking into a malleable clay version of myself and being pulled out through their ear by a magnet or UFO."
Whistle Down the Wind demonstrates that the songs we cover sometimes say more about our present state than the songs we write ourselves.
Justin Timberlake seems to have free-associated most of these songs while flipping through an L.L. Bean mailer.
Jen Goma moderates a heated discussion about Ojalá.
Recounting the history of the outsider artist's cult classic album upon its reissue.