Category: Album/EP Reviews

John Moods The Great Design album review

John Moods’ The Great Design celebrates retro pop with extreme care

John Moods‘ new album, The Great Design, is out today via Mansions and Millions. Tracking the peaks and valleys of

Ultraflex Infinite Welness album review interview by Douglas Dare

A journey to Infinite Wellness with Ultraflex

Kari Jahnsen (Farao) and Katrín Helga Andrésdóttir (Special-K) make some time in their busy schedules to chat with HighClouds as

Janet Jackson The Velvet Rope cover artwork review album 25

A short review of a game-changing album: Janet’s The Velvet Rope turns 25

Janet Jackson‘s The Velvet Rope is a pivotal masterpiece. 25 years ago today, in 1997, Janet Jackson released The Velvet

Gloria de Oliveria - Dean Hurley Oceans of time scared bones album review

Gloria de Oliveira & Dean Hurley – “Oceans of Time”

Gloria de Oliveira and Dean Hurley‘s Oceans of Time is out now via Sacred Bones. Every decade has its curious

Air Waves The Dance album review interview by Charlie Engman

A conversation with Air Waves

Nico Schneit of Brooklyn-based Air Waves sat down with HighClouds to talk new record The Dance, touring during COVID, Frankie

Claude a lot's gonna change debut album review twenty something

Claude’s a lot’s gonna change is thoughtful pop with emotional intelligence

Claude‘s debut album, a lot’s gonna change, is out tomorrow on American Dreams Records. Your twenties should be exciting –

Marci credit Christina Bryson self titled album review arbutus

Marci’s debut album is finally here to help us feel happy again

Marci‘s self-titled debut album is out today on Arbutus Records. Flip on a televised news broadcast, read the newspaper headlines—it’s

Florist self-titled album artwork review

Explore the quiet, thoughtful world of Florist

New York-based quartet Florist embrace both their lyrical and ambient sensibilities on their new self-titled album, out on Double Double