Janine Schaults offers a personal reflection on a singer-songwriter unlike any other.
Articles by Janine Schaults
The legendary singer’s latest prepares us for his departure, but comes nowhere near exhausting his vitality.
Come gather ’round people, as we sort through the most legendary catalog in history.
Irish vocalist makes blessings of her pain with the help of the National’s Aaron Dessner.
The most fun you’ll have listening to two saxophones shadowbox.
Country pop star’s post-breakup album flounders under too many glitzy, cheesy pop flourishes.
The singer-songwriter is much more than a one-size-fits-all country label might imply.
Brooklyn quintet return with a gauzy, hymnal LP that shows their co-frontwomen in tip-top shape.
At 83 years old, the queen of country music gifts listeners another album of heartfelt zingers.
Sia Furler’s collection of tunes other pop stars turned down will make you question their judgment.
Those who’ve forsaken Mark Kozelek will miss a record driven by love.
Sure, there are some seriously overwrought moments, but at least they’re having fun.