The latest from Beal’s “lo-fi symphony,” Experiments in Time.
Our first taste of his “lo-fi symphony”, Experiments in Time.
Chicago songwriter parts ways with XL imprint Hot Charity following two records.
Another surprise release that could’ve used a bit more time and guidance.
Back in January, Willis Earl Beal pulled a Beyonce/Four Tet/Wolfmother and unexpectedly released a new album entitled A Place That Doesn’t Exist. Today, the sorcerer-bluesman continues his streak of unpredictability by releasing yet another surprise …
You say cult, we say spiritually-minded exercise group.
Throwing everything against the wall to see what sticks.
Eight brand new tracks from the soul singer.
Australian radio station auctioning artwork on eBay.
“Recorded and produced by Nobody at Nowhere during Never.”
The two musicians collaborate once more in Brooklyn.
The mysterious singer ditches lo-fi on his second formal LP.
Summer may be ending, but these MP3s keep our hopes alive for Fall.
A soulful ballad off Beal’s Nobody knows.
A week of big names and bigger songs.
Cause somebody had to say something.
Try listening to it in the dark.
Don’t go in the water.
Chicago busker returns in September.
A profound glimpse into the acosamatic sorcerer’s brain space.
Here’s where our eyes have been all year.
And it all kicks off tonight!
And the label is actually OK with it!
A reworked track from the soundtrack to his upcoming animated film.
The Weeknd, The Shins, Alabama Shakes, Crystal Castles, and more.
Chicago blues man translates his own novella to film.
Stormy weather can’t wash away style and substance.