25 albums that forced me to follow my siren song in 2021.
50 songs that gave me some relief in 2021.
Charles Wesley Godwin is two-for-two with ‘How the Mighty Fall.’
A grand finale for a banner year
A yearly tradition of counting down 50 songs from the year that resonated with me
If these artists aren’t on your radar yet, they should be
As we approach the midway point of 2019, it’s time to reflect on what the best music of the calendar year has been thus far. At this point, The Musical Divide has reviewed over 50 albums and EPs this year, with many of them finding a spot on this list. As far as quality is… Continue reading The Musical Divide’s 2019 Midyear Report
Can you believe the list-pocalypse is already upon us? No, it’s not December yet, but certain music outlets are known for releasing quarterly lists to share their favorite albums and songs of a calendar year. I’m always a fan of Farce The Music’s take on it. The Musical Divide doesn’t really do that. Instead, I… Continue reading Favorite Albums And Songs – First Quarter 2019
The short version: There’s a refined boldness to Charles Wesley Godwin’s debut album, ‘Seneca,’ that suggests he’ll be around for a lot longer, if not the next big thing. In other words, ‘Seneca’ is an early contender for one of 2019’s best albums. Favorite tracks: “(Windmill) Keep On Turning,” “Seneca Creek,” “Hardwood Floors,” “Here In… Continue reading Album Review: Charles Wesley Godwin – ‘Seneca’