Kieran Anderson – Staff Writer Rating: 4 stars Regina Spektor never disappoints me. I feel like a lot of Regina fans will agree with me on this. If you enjoy her music then you will literally never be left unsatisfied. She manages to make the quirky piano pop formula work over and over again, and
I’ve tried to write this review at least 5 times already. I keep having to delete everything because every sentence says the same thing: This show was the most entertaining out of every show I’ve ever been to.
Edwin Arnaudin – Staff Writer Rating: 3.5 Stars Ready or not, John Mayer’s folk rock album is here. With electrified Harvest-like cover art and a title suggesting a childhood spent at the turntable, Mayer goes back in time on Born and Raised and the stripped-down sounds fit him surprisingly well.
Edwin Arnaudin – Staff Writer Rating: 2.5 Stars Over a decade has passed since Killer Mike burst onto the hip-hop scene and went toe-to-toe with OutKast on “The Whole World.” The verse established the big guy from Atlanta as an MC to watch, as did the singles “Akshon (Yeah!)” and “A.D.I.D.A.S.” off his 2003 debut,
Auburn interviewed River Whyless before their show at Asheville Music Hall on May 11. Name your price on a digital download of their most recent release,A Stone, A Leaf, An Unfound Door!
Edwin Arnaudin – Staff Writer Rating: 5 Stars Absence apparently does make the heart grow fonder. Five years after the stiff and snoozy Wincing the Night Away, a new-look Shins returns with Port of Morrow, quite possibly their best album to date. Energized from his Broken Bells collaboration with Danger Mouse, lead singer/mastermind James Mercer
Kieran Anderson – Staff Writer Rating: 4 1/2 stars ” I want babies to be created to this music. I want people to have their yoghurt while listening to this record. ” said Best Coast frontwoman Bethany Cosentino in a recent interview with The Guardian. Bethany just might get her wish. After listening to The
Kieran Anderson – Staff Writer Rating: 4 stars Norah Jones has garnered a lot of attention from critics and fans alike since the release of her debut album Come Away with Me in 2002. It’s hard to believe that it’s been a decade since Ms. Jones released her first album, but it’s not hard to