A covers album full of gems.
Articles by Megan Ritt
Finally, an album as artistic as her roots
John Darnielle is… happy?
Firecracker rock ‘n’ roll.
A well-rounded and welcoming hold-over to #4.
Blink, and you’ll think it’s 1996 again.
Just cue up 3AM and try to pretend this didnt happen.
A necessary reunion album.
On his influences, meeting a whole new fan base, and the band’s future.
Rufus does Judy! Leonard! Loudon! His Vivian Leigh face!
The Shams Band returns with their finest outing yet.
Leonard Cohen’s son looks for space on the cluttered stage.