There are signals, pointers, and perspectives here that suggest that wit and absurdism are a significant spiritual devices. Sir Babygirl is not wrong.
Tasha’s ‘Alone At Last’ is self-possessed in the best possible way, it does not crave confirmation or concern itself with the typical industry trappings.
this is a book that doesn’t weigh itself down with material reason, results or conclusion; this is a story that focuses, instead, on the opportunity to be alive, and fully occupy each moment.
Kat Gardiner creates a lyrical portrait of process. Reflective, intimate, and often meditative, ‘Little Wonder’ shows the value of effort, the magical qualities of memory, and the resilience required to simply keep moving forward.
On You’re a Shooting Star, I’m A Sinking Ship, Whitney Ballen details the relationship between the ups and the downs, she navigates through the untruth of interpersonal projections, and the beauty of the natural world. In doing so she arrives at an authentic experience, and one of the best debut albums we’ve heard in a long time.
On August 24 Whitney Ballen will be releasing her album, You’re a shooting star, I’m a sinking ship, via Father/Daughter records. Ahead of that release there’s this release – the single “Rainier”. Let’s talk about it for a bit.
Dama Scout know what they’re doing. This thing can be as complex and as rewarding as you like. It can also just help you rock out.
“It’s not so bad to restart” is a line that hangs over Stranger to the Pain, the new album from Bay Area foursome Pllush.
Anna McClellan’s sophomore is called Yes and No, and it’s out now on Father/Daughter records. The collection is nine tracks long, it plays for about thirty-five minutes, and it deals with issues in a very straight-forward manner. These are the facts.