Favorites of the year at the midway point – 2022.
A rare case where the original EP feels more satisfying than the full album.
The best of the rest which happens to actually be the best.
Exploring the curious case of the EP format through new releases from Charle Worsham and Midland.
You know, the “hits”
A strong first half on Let It Roll shows Midland sharpening their skills, but a weaker second half keeps the album just shy of greatness
I wasn’t planning to review this in any capacity, but given that I covered new albums from George Strait and Reba McEntire recently, I might as well come full circle with the ’90s country trifecta. Because this album is mainly just a series of Brooks & Dunn re-recording their biggest hits with the new generation… Continue reading Brooks & Dunn’s ‘Reboot’ Ranked Worst To Best
The short version: “Mr. Lonely” is essentially “Make A Little” part two, but is anyone really complaining about that? Writers: Mark Wystrach, Jess Carson, Cameron Duddy, Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne Rating: 7/10 The long version: As we wrap up debates surrounding Maren Morris and Lil Nas X, we’re not going to open that old debate… Continue reading Song Review: Midland – “Mr. Lonely”
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
A good start for Midland