The Aces’ debut is exceptionally strong for a first effort. The band is well produced, nearly all the songs are very catchy, and the band proves why they deserved a shot at the big time.
This record strikes a perfect balance between expressing the discomfort of uncertainty and inspiring hope that we are strong enough to thrive regardless.
Madge’s music lands like a sledgehammer on listeners, and the result hurts so good.
We now have an unparalleled look at what the Provo music scene was like in 2015.
With over 5,000 students and alumni, this is a local talent incubator of massive scale.
An exciting, enjoyable listen all the way through, Columbia Jones’ latest record i’m fine is an artistic experience that stands apart, and is definitely worth 34 minutes and 26 seconds of your time. You won’t be disappointed.
Incredibly comfortable from the very first listen, the tones are familiar and the structure of each song gives you something to latch on to. Each song gave me summer sunset daydream vibes.
There’s something to be said about Travis’ ability to capture a feeling and allow it to permeate not just the songwriting, but the arrangements as well.
This is an album to weep to. To whomever broke poor Jenn Blosil’s heart: frigg off, man.
In six songs The Solarists are able to capture the essence of their sound: catchy guitar riffs, memorable lyrics, and some good old fashioned instrumental solos.