A madhouse, indeed.
Featuring hits by Sugarland, Josh Turner and Trisha Yearwood, Alan Jackson and more from both of us!
Refocusing this feature with thoughts on five recent-ish singles.
Excellent first steps from some of the genre’s best, including Gary Stewart, Eric Church, Emmylou Harris, Caitlyn Smith and more!
9 isn’t so much bad as it is terribly uninteresting
Covering new singles from Kelsea Ballerini, Little Big Town and Jason Aldean!
The short version: If Florida Georgia Line had left the marketing, pandering, and machismo out of their music, ‘Can’t Say I Ain’t Country’ might have actually been decent. Favorite tracks: “Speed Of Love,” “Simple,” “Colorado” Least favorite track: “Swerve” and all of the skits Rating: 4/10 The long version: Florida Georgia Line aren’t going away… Continue reading Album Review: Florida Georgia Line – ‘Can’t Say I Ain’t Country’
The Musical Divide’s third list of five launches today. While crafting an artistic statement in the form of an album is important, crafting an excellent song is arguably harder. Albums give artists an average of half an hour to an hour (typically) to win you over. Meanwhile, songs have to do the same job within… Continue reading The Musical Divide’s Top 50 Songs Of 2018 (Part One)
It’s that time of the year again. The list-pocalypse will soon arrive to haunt us all. While I plan on waiting to release my songs and albums lists until Jan. 2019, singles are a bit of a different animal. To be eligible for my “best singles” list, the single had to be released anywhere from… Continue reading The Musical Divide’s Top 20 Singles Of 2018