Monthly archives: August, 2015

Canaan Smith – Bronco

What has always made Country such a strong genre is the artist’s ability to create songs that opened up a picture into who they are through relatable stories of everyday life. While times have changed and the music has evolved, at the core of the songs there still needs to be connectability between listener and…


Kip Moore – Wild Ones

Since Kip Moore burst on the scene with his debut album Up All Night, his fan base has grown considerably which has made his sophomore album one of the most anticipated in country music. By design, the album is built for the party as Kip Moore offers a look inside the diary of who he…


Luke Bryan – Kill The Lights

When Luke Bryan subtitled his final collection of Spring Break EPs Checkin’ Out, he made no bones about his maturation: now that he’s a man, he’s giving up his childish ways. Kill The Lights – his fifth album, delivered just five months after that farewell to Spring Break debauchery – is unabashedly the work of…


Jason Isbell – Something More Than Free

Jason Isbell’s 2013 breakthrough album Southeastern was written and recorded in the wake of Isbell’s newfound sobriety, and it often sounded and felt like a musical version of the Fourth Step, in which Isbell took a long, hard look in the mirror as he came to terms with the emotional wreckage he left in his…