By Jackson Tarricone Marigold is the third full length album from Pinegrove. It is the New Jersey based group’s first release with Rough Trade having previously been with Run for Cover as well as self releasing their superb sophomore album, Skylight. This album champions a cathartic sound that is distinctly Pinegrove. They have had … Continue reading Pinegrove Continues to Expand Upon Their Sound with Powerful New Album, Marigold
By Jackson Tarricone Bar some obvious flops, 2019 has been an astounding year for all types of music from hip-hop to pop punk. This article will cover some of the best releases from this past summer. However, the main purpose is to highlight the ones that you may have missed. For this reason, some of … Continue reading The Must-listen Releases From Summer ’19: Part 2 of 2
"Nevertheless, the clarity of Ode to Joy stands out when compared to more recent Wilco albums which contain some odd tangents, such as “Common Sense” on Schmilco and even “Art of Almost,” the fantastic but still out of place opener of 2012’s The Whole Love. "