Beast Epic | Iron & Wine

Beast Epic | Iron & Wine Album Review by James Kendall A return to form for Iron & Wine, Beast Epic is the indie-folk record of the year for anyone looking to serenade their ear-holes. Sam Beam ditches the big band sound of his past few albums and brings back the charm of the simpler folk Read more about Beast Epic | Iron & Wine[…]

Everything Now | Arcade Fire

Everything Now | Arcade Fire Album Review by James Kendall The follow-up to their excellent concept album from 2012, Reflektor, Arcade Fire returns with Everything Now, their most diverse and fun album yet. Check out the review from Edge Essentials Episode 6  and then Episode 5 where we played multiple tracks from the album!   Tracks used in the Read more about Everything Now | Arcade Fire[…]

Sacred Hearts Club | Foster The People

Sacred Hearts Club | Foster The People Album Review by James Kendall Returning with their third album, Foster The People continue to prove themselves as a powerhouse of indie-pop on Sacred Hearts Club, a fun, catchy follow-up to 2014’s Supermodel. Below is a brief audio review of the album taken from Edge Essentials Episode 4 (7.21.17).   Tracks Read more about Sacred Hearts Club | Foster The People[…]

Pleasure | Feist

Pleasure | Feist Review by James Kendall Here’s a short review of Feist’s Pleasure, taken from Edge Essentials Episode 2 (7.7.17).   Tracks used in the review: “Any Party” & “Pleasure.” Here’s the music video for “Century,” which is my favorite track off the album. This video is also a contender for my favorite music video of the Read more about Pleasure | Feist[…]