TEST SPINS | Dayglow Brings More Sunshine on Harmony House

Harmony House started as the soundtrack to a fictional sitcom. Sloan Struble, the man behind the music/dayglow, was inspired by the soft rock of the late 70s and early 80s, as well as the old TV show Cheers. From the synths to the lyrics, the whole album is drenched in the welcoming, nostalgic vibe of an old sitcom.

TEST SPIN | Ben Howard’s ‘Collections from the Whiteout’

Overall, Collections From the Whiteout is an album that I respect more than I like — it clearly represents an artist pushing themselves to their boundaries and putting an immense amount of thought into crafting their perfect album, but a casual music listener like me doesn’t necessarily need an album to be high art.

TEST SPIN | Polo G — ‘THE GOAT’

Polo G’s lyrical talent shines in this album, once again distinguishing him from his contemporaries with a passionate delivery that also often recalls an explicit story.