Tag: Mt. Joy

Release Radar 6/17/22 - Mt. Joy vs Pete Yorn

Release Radar 6/17/22 - Mt. Joy vs Pete Yorn
This week we had two big album releases by Pete Yorn and Mt. Joy, respectfully. Pete’s first single, “Elizabeth Taylor” is an earworm that will have you endlessly singing, “I’ll find my own way home.” “Never Go” is another standout that feels like retro Yorn. Has he returned to form? Yes. While Hawaii is a... Read more »

Release Radar 5/13/22 - Ryan Adams vs Kendrick Lamar

Release Radar 5/13/22 - Ryan Adams vs Kendrick Lamar
Everybody deserves redemption. After undergoing therapy to get sober and fix a pattern of mistreating women, Ryan Adams is trying to make a comeback. On Saturday night at Carnegie Hall, he performed 31 songs that spanned his career. The night before his first public performance since 2019’s show at The Forum in Los Angeles, he... Read more »

Release Radar - 4/15/22 - Jack White vs Father John Misty

Release Radar - 4/15/22 - Jack White vs Father John Misty
The fuzzed-out fellow we’ve come to know as Jack White has returned with Fear Of The Dawn, an album that picks up where he left off with funk-rock cuts that could use a little more pop sensibility. What I mean is that I love when Jack rocks out, I really do, but we need some... Read more »
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Release Radar - 3/18/22 - The Boo Radleys vs Bill Evans

Release Radar - 3/18/22 - The Boo Radleys vs Bill Evans
I had no idea The Boo Radleys were still making music until this new track, “You And Me,” popped up on my Release Radar. Keep On With Falling will be the band’s first studio album in 23 years. They are now a three-piece after lead songwriter and guitarist Martin Carr left the band, and I’ll... Read more »

Release Radar 11/5/21 - Radiohead vs Bleachers

Release Radar 11/5/21 - Radiohead vs Bleachers
There’s been a trend in my life this week, beginning my mornings with Yoga With Adriene. It’s a great practice that I hope to continue. Today’s the day Radiohead releases their long-awaited, 3-disc, combo set called Kid A Mnesia. It combines two of their most eclectic albums, Kid A and Amnesiac, which were released eight... Read more »