Ethereal vocals, stacked to what sounds like infinity. Brilliant tones. Brother. is a vibe.
While everything in this review is subjective, the objective fact is that Roadie is just good. Period.
The BrightSlide emerges from this record with an identity of who they are and the kind of art they want to make – the most important thing a band could learn on their debut.
Something New is really something old: it draws upon timeless sounds to deliver a refreshingly familiar musical experience.
This is a sharp-witted collection of brilliantly candid lyricism built on equally clever indie rock.
This record paints a warm soundscape that acts as a form of healing and hopeful resolve
Throughout Spectator are themes all tactfully interwoven to create a colorful atmosphere of awe, mystery, and sheer beauty.
Norah Jones meets folk rock, Roadie’s new EP is a refreshing blend of vocally driven melodies and organic instrumentation.
Pacificana’s “Messy Hair” places the listener right in a surf shop, hanging out with a bunch of shaggy haired beach bums and indie rock nerds in high-waters.
This album is precisely the front porch bluegrassy folk we’ve grown to love and expect from Grizzly Goat.