I flipped over Fontaines D.C. debut release, Dogrel, released back in April of 2019. Their sophomore album, A Hero’s Death has arrived and while it’s different from Dogrel, why would it be the same?, it’s […]
Standing in stark and lovely contrast to Spotify, Bandcamp continues to give back to the music community. Today, as they’ve done in the past, Bandcamp is waiving their revenue share so the artists get more […]
There’s not much I can find to like about Daniel Ek. The more he speaks, the less I think of him.
Perhaps more than any other record so far this year, Waxahatchee’s Saint Cloud has taken up permanent residence in my mind’s ear.
She had me at Healing Is A Miracle.
There’s nothing I enjoy more about hifi than discovering new music.
Perhaps contrary to popular belief, retirement from hi-fi does mean retirement from music. Here are twenty of my favorite records from this year. Enjoy!
I transferred to Bennington College from the School of Visual Arts as a philosophy major, which lasted all of two weeks before I switched back to fine art.
Each Friday, Stephen Mejias, AudioQuest’s Director of Communications and former Stereophile and Audiostream.com columnist, will browse through the many exciting albums released that day and select 15 worth a closer listen.
Raw power, sheer emotion, and frightening fury. These are some of the things that make Kristin Hayter as Lingua Ignota’s second album Caligula a force to be reckoned with.