The Best Reviewed Albums Of The Week 

Keeley Forsyth - Limbs
The Best Reviewed Albums Of The Week: Keeley Forsyth - Limbs

Another round of the best reviewed albums of the week for you to enjoy! Diverse genres and backgrounds and, of course, anyone can find what they like! The highlight of our collection today is Sally Shapiro’s Sad Cities, a truly unique album after a long period of silence since 2013.
Jesse Dorris from Pitchfork said in her review: “Nearly six years later, Shapiro has changed her mind about retirement, but almost nothing else. Sad Cities sounds exactly as you might imagine: emotional miniatures set to widescreen Italo disco, dinner-for-one city pop, hooks that don’t haunt so much as settle in like a cat in your lap. It’s self-assured in its awkward swooning, forthright in its faith in four-on-the-floor. In its own way—in its belief that its own way will triumph—Sad Cities is its own kind of triumph.”

Huerco S. – Plonk

Lavender Country – Blackberry Rose

Gábor Lázár – Boundary Object

Conway the Machine – God Don’t Make Mistakes

Sally Shapiro – Sad Cities

Sea Power – Everything Was Forever

Keeley Forsyth – Limbs