Review: Jason Haywood – Folklore (Independent)

For his third full-length effort, Moncton’s Jason Haywood travels a different musical path. While his previous albums fit neatly into an Americana type of vibe, Folklore explores the darker side of the genre and folk music in general. There is…
Review: Crowded House Shines In Reissue Campaign

Late last year, acclaimed Aussie band Crowded House reissued their six studio releases – 1986’s self-titled effort, Temple Of Low Men (1988), 1991’s Woodface, Together Alone (1993), 2007’s Time On Earth and 2010’s Intriguer – in addition to 1999’s collection…
Top 5 Albums of 2016

Even though 2017 is still more than a week away, I’m already making a resolution: I want to dedicate more time listening to new music and new releases in the New Year. For the record, it’s nothing I intentionally avoid.…