A new and fresh Phish album in both content and intent.
Articles by Jake Cohen
It’s basic music theory.
Like an old friend who hasn’t changed at all.
If you live in NYC or the Bay Area, see this at all costs.
Refreshing surf-inspired rock amidst the quagmire of shoegazy, lo-fi modernity.
Powerful music and sounds to commemorate a tragic day
The last two tracks should tide us over until the next LP.
Lyrics filled with dreams atop dreamy music.
A song about the late ’70s, a refreshing mix of multi-decade influences
More 1980s than a mullet mohawk.
After 16 years, they stick true to their immense, familiar sound.
Despite not playing much off Valtari, Iceland’s favorite sons thrill NYC.