Laura McElroy has put together an excellent narrative-album that explores life in all it offers: the good, bad, and indifferent. There's a sense of tranquility that can be felt while listening, almost as if it is providing rest for the listener.
A Hooky And Soul-Searching Debut: ‘Birthrights’ by Belle And The Dragon
If Jars of Clay circa If I Left The Zoo era collaborated with PFR and sprinkled in a touch of Twenty One Pilots, the result would sound something like what former Flyleaf guitarist Sameer Bhattacharya is creating with his collaborative side project Belle And The Dragon.
Reflecting Unity and Peace: ‘Palms’ by Thrice
Epitaph Records post-hardcore band Thrice is back with their tenth studio album, Palms— their second project since returning from a four-year hiatus in 2015. Musically, Palms has something for everyone, ranging in style from soft and folksy to their trademark heavier brand of alternative rock. The album is perhaps the most diverse the band has released since [...]