Album Reviews

The Young Sinclairs: Songs Of The Young Sinclairs [Album Review]

Purveyors of great indie pop music, Kindercore Records released Songs Of The Young Sinclairs by The Young Sinclairs this week. Channeling the 60s folk-pop sound of The Byrds and hinting of a slight Clientele influence, the band packs every song with vocal harmonies and dreamy orchestration. The album begins strong with “Darling” and “Engineer Man”… Continue reading The Young Sinclairs: Songs Of The Young Sinclairs [Album Review]

Videos

Ruby Isle: How It Hurts [Video]

Written by Fense I may be slightly off in my vision of who exactly Kindercore Records is as an entity — my perception stems to a single folk-pop release from around a decade ago. From this quiet, self-titled album birthed one of my favorite groups, Kings Of Convenience. Beyond that release, I knew the label… Continue reading Ruby Isle: How It Hurts [Video]