Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Album Review: Onward and Sideways by Joshua Radin

OK imagine you are watching an episode of Scrubs. They have this adult contemporary song come on during a thoughtful moment of the episode. Now imagine that artist turns that song into a career making adult contemporary indie music. That gets you to Joshua Radin. That is the path of his career. This album is quiet and adult contemporary like.

It's not really my cup of tea I have to say. I find it to be a bit too much of what it is. Not sure that makes any sense. Following the Rhapsody rating method I give the album 1 out of 5 stars for Just OK.


  1. Makes perfect sense to me. I have had my share of adult-contemporary moments in my life, and I have enjoyed many of them. But, pretty frequently, I need to bust up the adult contemporary with watching the 1969 World Series on YouTube and playing with my baseball cards, and I actually have to fend off being judgmental of people who want more of a nonstop adult-contemporary experience.