This album may be called “Seasons of Limbo,” but Bomethius has never felt more direct and assured.
Neither gloomy nor clumsy, DoomFolk StarterKit might be the most delightful musical surprise you’ll hear this year.
STREAKING IN TONGUES tackles marriage and divorce in their most imminently listenable and emotionally eviscerating offering yet.
The father/son duo opens up about their band’s mythology, Kanye West, and nurturing idiosncrasy.
In the most unembellished record of his career, Damien Jurado grapples with hopelessness and loneliness to striking effect.
Just in time for the July, We Are Mirrors has a new mix of music for your ears.
Nashville singer/songwriter Issac Gill breaks his five-year musical silence with a remarkable, intimate Christmas EP.
In their latest effort, Those Lavender Whales strike the difficult balance between earnestness and sincerity.
Harp Family Recordings’ second hymn compilation is a compelling and impressive collection of sacred music.
In their proper debut record, The Whisper II, Shoecraft puts out their most patient, complete, and masterful work to date.
The cassette for Gulch Days by Crater Lakes arrived at my home in a neat little cardboard box which was adorned with … More