ReadJunk reviews new albums by The Temp Agency artists

Thanks to ReadJunk for a batch of “Lazy Album Reviews” that include new albums by Annalibera, Christian Lee Hutson, Dolls on Fire, Frogbelly and Symphony and Silver Ships!

Surviving the Golden Age reviews Annalibera’s debut album

“Because let’s be real, [Annalibera] hit home on human nature”: Surviving the Golden Age reviews Annalibera‘s debut album Nevermind I Love You, out now on vinyl and digital formats on Sump Pump Records.

[Gebhardt’s] classically trained voice is so remarkable, I kept waiting for it to reach its limit, but the limit never came…The ethereal, operatic vocals take skills of which many other vocalists can only dream.

The Revue reviews Annalibera’s debut album

The Revue reviews Annalibera‘s debut full-length Nevermind I Love You, out on vinyl and digital formats on Sump Pump Records on March 24th.

Nevermind I Love You is one of the most enthralling and tantalizing debuts to come out not just this year but in recent memory. The Des Moines, Iowa band’s first full-length is dramatic and cinematic; it is at times operatic; and it’s a sheer force of sound from start to finish…“Black Cat White Cat” [is] one of the best songs of the early year, the lyrics are poignant, honest, and hard-hitting.