You Should Listen To My Favorite Album Of 2019: Sturgill Simpson, “Sound & Fury”

Every year as I make my resolutions for the new year, I tend to make a list of things that are both attainable and something to strive for. Brush my teeth before bed? Hopefully I can nail that one. Travel the country by train? Eh, more wishful thinking than anything. I like to think myself … Continue reading You Should Listen To My Favorite Album Of 2019: Sturgill Simpson, “Sound & Fury”

You Need To Listen To My 2nd Favorite Album Of 2019: Lana Del Rey, “Norman Fucking Rockwell!”

It’s amazing what one year can do. If you told me a year ago that I would not only enjoy, but love albums from artists like Tyler, The Creator and Lana Del Rey, I would have scoffed at first, but then probably would be excited to know exactly why. One of the things I wanted … Continue reading You Need To Listen To My 2nd Favorite Album Of 2019: Lana Del Rey, “Norman Fucking Rockwell!”

You Need To Listen To My 3rd Favorite Album Of 2019: Sharon Van Etten, “Remind Me Tomorrow”

When Sharon Van Etten released Remind Me Tomorrow earlier this year I was floored. It was a beautiful blend of fragility served with a bold, unwavering strength. The day the album was released, I proclaimed to anyone that bothered to check out my Instagram stories that this was indeed one of the best albums I've heard. Imagine … Continue reading You Need To Listen To My 3rd Favorite Album Of 2019: Sharon Van Etten, “Remind Me Tomorrow”

You Need To Listen To My 4th Favorite Album Of 2019: Jenny Lewis, “On The Line”

One of the better things about delivering mail is seeing all the magazine covers. For the fourteen years I donned the postal blue I was one of the first people to lay eyes on upcoming issues of print material and it was something I relished for sure. Catching a glimpse of an upcoming issue would … Continue reading You Need To Listen To My 4th Favorite Album Of 2019: Jenny Lewis, “On The Line”

My Favorite Albums Of 2019: Albums 10-5

(For albums 15-11, click here) (For albums 20-16, click here) 10. Weyes Blood, Titanic Rising If you wanted to hear what Carole King and Karen Carpenter would sound like in 2019's landscape, look no further than Titanic Rising, the fourth album by Weyes Blood. Titanic Rising really hit with me because the blend of folksy, album-oriented radio of the … Continue reading My Favorite Albums Of 2019: Albums 10-5