Twelve lullabies for nobodies.
Lo-fi singer arrested for criminal mischief and harassment.
Enigmatic experimental blues artist drops another off of Noctunes.
Throwback tones and forward-looking chaos compete for the week’s best tracks.
Noctunes hits shelves in August.
It’s Beal’s beautiful emptiness — and we’re living in it.
It’s been a very busy and trying year for the mysterious Chicago crooner.
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 …