Two albums that have come out in 2018 with two very different moods – here’s my thoughts on the latest efforts from Hop Along and Father John Misty.
As is tradition for Indiecisive, it’s New Year’s Eve and the last of the big end-of-year lists is here – My Top 20 Tracks of 2017. This is always the hardest list to rank, and so many excellent songs didn’t make the cut – it’s been a fantastic year for music from bands both old and new. Without further ado though, let’s get this list started…
2017 has been a fantastic year for music, with the ‘surprise release’ being the theme of the year. Be it bands dropping albums out of nowhere with no warning, or announcing audacious plans to release five albums in a year (I’m looking at you, King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard), in 2017 you’ve never quite known what’s coming next. Here’s what I thought were the ten finest albums of the year.
2017 is nearly coming to an end, and there’s still so many albums left to review. So many in fact, that here Indiecisive is trying a brand new format – the mini review. In one paragraph each, here’s my thoughts on 20 albums released in the latter months of 2017, in alphabetical order by artist. Let’s go.
The quest for Indiecisive to catch up on all the albums we haven’t reviewed yet in 2017 is nearly over – here’s five more to chew on…
This next batch of album reviews is perhaps the most mixed bag yet genre-wise and there’s also the biggest range of scores given out yet… Read on to find out what I thought of them!
This is the first of a series of blog posts to be released over the next couple of months catching up on all the albums I’ve been wanting to review but simply haven’t had the time to. As the weeks go on the albums discussed will get more and more recent until we catch up (hopefully) to the here and now. Here I’ll be giving opinions on the latest albums from Blaenavon, Future Islands, Laura Marling, Real Estate and Rose Elinor Dougall!