Turning 10: Amanda Leigh

“I was proud of the work I was doing back then, but I was really just a kid. I’m going to continue to grow, and my musical tastes will change and hopefully I’ll only get better and better and work harder and harder and study more. I’m not desperately seeking out credibility as an artist….

Turning 10 in 2019.

I’m not sure if I’m a millennial (I’m 32 – please help) or not, but lists that truly exaggerate how old we are or how old things are, have become prime journalistic features. I took some time to research and build a list of singles (mainly UK singles/due to the release structure of UK charts)…

CRJ.

Carly Rae Jepsen is a legend. Say her name and your mind may have perceptions based on one of two possible assumptions: she is either the girl who wrote and sang Call Me Maybe, the inescapable hit of 2011/2012, or the girl who released the gay romance cannon of 2015 and the century, E-MO-TION. I’ve…

Thoughts: Golden Hour’s Wild Hope

Kacey Musgrave’s new album, Golden Hour, has been on repeat since its release on March 30th, 2018. It’s a wonderfully pensive album that isn’t so introspective that it becomes un-relatable; in fact, it’s extremely relatable. Her voice is stunning throughout and compliments the arrangements perfectly. There’s fun to be had (Butterflies, High Horse, Velvet Elvis),…

Which Mandy Moore Album Are You?

By the end of 2016 I was extremely grateful for This Is Us, because it single-handedly brought Mandy Moore’s career back to life. It had gotten bleak for Mandy after multiple failed TV pilots; her most recent album, though quite wonderful, failed to impress on the charts and sales front. I thought I had seen…