On her second full length release as Sudan Archives, Brittney Parks sounds as if she was set free—mind, body, and spirit—to explore an endless playground of sound.
Album of the Week: Valentina Goncharova | Ocean – Symphony for Electric Violin and other instruments in 10+ parts
Babehoven’s Sunk, an EP released on Double Double Whammy in March, is a slow dance around subjects seemingly trivial and epic.
“A meditation on community that caroms from root-down avant-funk to solitary cosmic minimalism and twinkling dubby ambience. Most importantly it is a deeply emotional record, the running soundtrack to a world in confusion.”
Julia Jacklin is one of the kinda rare artists whose music is always welcome, no matter where/when it shows up. Like a beloved friend or kinda rare relative that you actually enjoy seeing.
Every once in a while, I want to slow down. Stop the steady stream of flickering images, words, and noise (internal and external) and pay attention to slower quieter things.
“Is that Jacques Coursil?” Stephen asked as we drove to the local Bar & Grill.
As I slurped down my ShopRite sushi after battling the 95+ degree tropical NJ heat, “Anxiety Feels” from Goat Girl’s 2021 stunner On All Fours came on Roon Radio and I thought, “I must have written about this record. It’s so damn tasty!”
Spanning nearly an hour’s worth of collaborative joy, Florist’s self-titled 4th LP was recorded outside the Brooklyn-based band’s home in a rented house up the Hudson Valley.
On Kick To Kill, Samuel Kerridge plays puppet master pulling Industrial heart strings so tight I nearly had to dance.
One of things I like about Destroyer’s LABYRINTHITIS is how its shape shifts more often than leaf shadows on a windy day.
Kali Malone’s latest, Living Torch, is balm for the world-weary soul.
I have a thing for improvisations on church organ. And cello. And Iceland.
It’s official. I love Porridge Radio.
The title track from S.G. Goodman’s latest, Teeth Marks, has been playing in my head most mornings since my first listen, acting as the soundtrack to my waking ritual.