Dogleg - Melee
Dogleg
Melee
75
Aug 1

Recent Reviews

Jul 31, 2020
jmaren -
99
As much as I love Dogrel, and it is catchier, this album blew me away in a much different way then their debut. I love this album in a different way then Dogrel too.

Where I wanted to shout the lyrics on Dogrel, from “Sha Sha Sha,” to, “so, someone who becomes a hypocrite, in the name of money, an idiot,” I felt a similar energy in some of their songs. This peak comes with “Televised Mind” and “A Lucid Dream,” where there is a similar head ... read more
Jul 10, 2020
jmaren -
80
I don't know why there have been such dreadful ratings on this album. Margo Price once again shows the reason why she's at the forefront of alt-country. This album has much more of a rock feel than her previous two albums which brings her music to another level. She has stated in interviews that this album has felt like the most complete artistic statement of any of her albums and it does not disappoint.

Favorite Song: Twinkle Twinkle
May 29, 2020
jmaren -
85
For fans of artists like Lilly Hiatt and The Highwomen, this is one of the best alt country albums I've heard this year. A lot of albums in this genre seem to fly under the radar unless you're looking for it, but this album deserves all the recognition it can get. This album seriously rocks. That's all I got.

Favorite tracks: Mind Eraser, Never Going Home Again
May 20, 2020
jmaren -
30
Besides the bright spot of the album, with the single Shampoo Bottles, the album doesn’t come amount to anything close to what Being so Normal was. Some songs feel unlistenable and it was hard to even listen to the end. Lyrically, the album doesn’t feel like it’s saying anything, and nothing is catchy like Drop the Guillotine, Tommy’s Party, or Alrighty Aphrodite was.
May 19, 2020
jmaren -
93
Jason Isbell has always been considered one or the best songwriters in music today, compared to the likes of John Prine. Even as early as his music with Drive-by-Truckers, a song written by Jason carried a weight to it that no other member of the band quite had.

Reunions is Jason’s most complete album. The songwriting has the quality with the likes of Southeastern, which feels like his most complete album lyrically. The entire band is better than ever. Jimbo Hart’s bass come ... read more
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