Good Old War: Good Old War / Sargent House

Good Old War seems to master the art of adorable folk music with their three-part harmonies and amorous tracks. On their new album they attempt to break away from this reputation, but it’s obvious they can’t escape it.

The self-titled album’s first track is a foretelling of what listeners should …

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Jeremy Messersmith: The Story Of Life, But Mainly, Death

It isn’t a new creative development for a singer/songwriter to use mortality as a muse. Jeremy Messersmith didn’t do it in a song, but an album trilogy, each representing a stage of life. With his overly sweet voice and lush, layered orchestration, the Minnesotan creates feel-good pop music with heavy-hearted …

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