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Nick Jonas | Spaceman

Spaceman is yet another Nick Jonas album that refuses to push beyond familiar, facile sentiment and songwriting. After briefly recentering his identity, again, as “The Jonas Brother,” Nick Jonas here shifts back to just being “Nick Jonas,” an artist unbound from the chains of…

April 8, 2021
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by Andrew Bosma Ledger Line Music

Adult Mom | Driver

Adult Mom’s latest is a lyrically-tight exploration of shared human bonds under the weight of a failed system. Adult Mom’s third record, Driver, brings with it a reminder of the talent behind Stevie Knipe’s project chronicling awkward experiences and the intimate details of everyday…

April 7, 2021
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by Andrew Bosma Ledger Line Music

The Weather Station | Ignorance

Ignorance brings depth to Tamara Lindeman’s songwriting, working with The Weather Station for bigger production and grandiose performance. Oftentimes, the best solutions are also the simplest. In the case of Tamara Lindeman’s project under The Weather Station moniker, the answer seemed to be “add a…

March 17, 2021
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by Andrew Bosma Ledger Line Music

Buck Meek | Two Saviors

Buck Meek paints an emotionally potent self-portrait on the introspective Two Saviors. Buck Meek follows up his 2018 self-titled solo release and a considerably busy Big Thief schedule with Two Saviors, a jangly, twangy sophomore interlude to the band’s ongoing, prolific discography. Recorded in…

February 19, 2021
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