Tag: Richmond

Lucy Dacus – ‘Historian’ (album review)

Lucy Dacus – ‘Historian’ (album review)

 Lucy Dacus is only 22 years old, and she has a lot to say. And we are listening. Very few people her age let alone twice her senior are able to passionately and expressively articulate their emotions and experiences as Dacus does on her triumphant sophomore album, Historian. The record is not merely a personal account of Dacus’ life, […]

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Heartracer – “Numb” (single premiere)

Heartracer – “Numb” (single premiere)

Anyone who grew up during ’80s might be in disbelief by the notion that this decade is back in style. Crop tops are in fashion. Matthew McConaughey made fanny packs cool again. Denim jackets and shorts, shoulder pads, and big hair are all back. For better or for worst, movies are being re-made for the big and little screen. The […]

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Avers – “Omega / Whatever”

Avers – “Omega / Whatever”

Rarely do bands employ more than one principal songwriter for various reasons. Chemistry within the band, massaging egos, and coherence across an album are among the most challenging issues. In some cases, the multi-songwriter approach has worked (e.g., Canadian band Sloan), but it usually has resulted in the dissolution of the group (see The Beatles). In the case of Richmond, […]

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