Whether familiar or otherwise, all of this week is just about undeniable.
It all happened one snowy night in Chicago.
We took many, many trips to the record store this year.
One of the most danceable countdowns yet is led by a group from Montreal.
Pleasantly fuzzy new material.
A busy summer for the folk singer-songwriter.
A haunted search for meaning in the reverberating mist.
Is anyone listening?
Cover the Windows and the Walls may not actually be a new release (this is a CD re-release of a vinyl slab released nearly two years ago, just before Dragging a Dead Dear), but it’s a breath of fresh air, to say the least.
It’s summer. It’s hot (sort of). Everyone’s looking to keep cool. While you’re icing down, here are some tunes to help.
Queue mind explosion…
Liz Harris’ work as Grouper has grown more and more majestic over the years, sometimes closer to traditional folk, sometimes relishing the layers and layers of blissful, reverb-drenched drones.
2005’s Way Their Crept was full of beautiful, sky-scraping moments, Harris’ …