A quest without much of a deeper meaning.
A lacking batch, sadly.
Other than solid offerings from Yola and Graycie York, this week was mostly a wash.
Four artists pool their talents together to create an album that’s specific in scope and approach, yet broad enough to appeal to anyone who enjoys well-crafted country music
The Highwomen offer a strong start to their self-titled album with “Redesigning Women”
The short version: Most of the problems from ‘HERO’ carry over to Maren Morris’ sophomore album, ‘GIRL.’ Favorite tracks: “Great Ones,” “A Song For Everything,” “GIRL,” “Shade” Least favorite tracks: “RSVP,” “Make Out With Me” Rating: 5/10 The long version: Maren Morris. To some, that name is synonymous with everything wrong with current mainstream country… Continue reading Album Review: Maren Morris – ‘GIRL’
The short version: Maren Morris’ “GIRL” carries a strong message with a strong vocal delivery, but it lacks the right amount of punch to elevate its status. Writers: Maren Morris, Sarah Aarons, Greg Kurstin Rating: 6/10 The long version: Bro-country may be dead, but female artists are arguably faring worse than ever before in mainstream… Continue reading Song Review: Maren Morris – “GIRL”
While not my personal favorite list to make, the worst of mainstream country music in a calendar year always makes for an interesting discussion. This year though, the problems were more directed at the industry itself rather than the songs. There were a lot of boring, generic, mediocre singles released this year, but the list… Continue reading The Musical Divide’s Worst 20 Singles Of 2018