The beloved singer-songwriter prepares to reclaim the spotlight in 2019.
Articles by Katherine Flynn
Album Review: The Debut from Justin Vernon and Aaron Dessner’s Big Red Machine Gets Lost in the Noise
The ambitious collaboration between Justin Vernon and The National’s Aaron Dessner quickly becomes a stale and fussy affair.
A powerful call for all of us to be our true and authentic selves, especially women, queer people, and people of color.
With a new LP out, we sort through the band’s catalog of old-timey musicality, Dickensian vocabulary, and highfalutin storytelling.
Though, some additional material shedding light on this seminal album would’ve been nice.
Annie Clark works in mysterious ways and we love her for it.
A record that embodies the way that hope itself is a kind of triumph.
A crash course before the star-studded Planetarium lands later this week.
Adrianne Lenker peels back the “pretty things” to find a more interesting truth.
A sophomore album that swings between biting and sublime with only a bit of triteness.
How did these college radio gems get all but forgotten about?
The artist shines as she makes peace with her restlessness.