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Asha Jefferies: Ego Ride Review – self-journey | Indie

staticwire | April 19, 2024

In her latest album “Ego Ride,” Asha Jefferies takes listeners on an emotional rollercoaster, exploring themes of love, self-acceptance, and personal growth. The album opens with the powerful and heart-wrenching track “Darling,” which sets the tone for the rest of the record with its raw lyrics and dynamic instrumentation. Jefferies’ […]


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Chastity Belt – Live Laugh Love | Album Reviews

staticwire | April 19, 2024

Chastity Belt’s fourth album, “Live Laugh Love,” provides listeners with a calm and authentic glimpse into the band’s inner emotions and experiences. The Seattle quartet’s relatively unmannered delivery allows for the lyrical insights to shine through, showcasing the band’s strong songwriting abilities. One standout track, “Chemtrails,” delves into introspective themes […]



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Review: whyohwhy – Bruises | Sputnikmusic

staticwire | April 19, 2024

Album Review: whyohwhy – “Bruises” Rating: 8.5 Upon first listen, whyohwhy’s debut album “Bruises” may come off as understated and simplistic. However, upon further exploration, the nuances and intricacies of this record reveal themselves, making it a true gem in the indie music scene. From the opening track “Return”, whyohwhy […]


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Pillow Queens – Name Your Sorrow album review: The Skinny

staticwire | April 19, 2024

The Pillow Queens have returned with their latest album, “Name Your Sorrow,” released on April 19th under Royal Mountain Records. This follow-up to their previous release, “Leave the Light On,” showcases a more somber yet polished side of the Dublin-based band. With “Name Your Sorrow,” Pillow Queens have struck a […]



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Sheryl Crow – Evolution | Album Reviews

staticwire | April 18, 2024

Sheryl Crow – Evolution: A Lukewarm Return from Retirement Sheryl Crow, the radio-friendly anthems expert, announced her retirement as a recording artist in 2019, with her final album, “Threads,” serving as a genre-hopping farewell featuring a star-studded lineup of guest collaborators. However, retirement seemed to be short-lived as Crow is […]


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‘Only God Was Above Us’ Album Review

staticwire | April 18, 2024

Vampire Weekend’s latest album, “Only God Was Above Us”, is a testament to the band’s ability to evolve while staying true to their unique sound. Spanning a range of influences from chamber pop to jammy soft rock, the band showcases their versatility on this record. While maintaining their signature Vampire […]


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Review: Mick Mars – The Other Side of Mars

staticwire | April 18, 2024

Mick Mars has emerged from the shadows, ready to reclaim his place in the rock pantheon with his latest solo effort, “The Other Side of Mars.” In a world where Mötley Crüe’s legacy is shrouded in controversy and legal battles, Mick Mars strikes back with an album that packs a […]


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claire rousay – sentiment album review: The Skinny

staticwire | April 18, 2024

**Album Title:** sentiment **Artist:** claire rousay **Label:** Thrill Jockey **Release Date:** 19 Apr claire rousay’s latest album, “sentiment,” is a hauntingly beautiful exploration of loneliness, connection, and the complexities of human relationships. Described as “emo ambient,” rousay creates a sonic landscape that is both intimate and expansive, drawing listeners in […]



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