What the hell are they feeding musicians in Australia?
Lindsey Jordan’s debut LP Lush, released on Matador in 2018, ranks among my favorite records. The end.
Midwife is San Miguel, New Mexico-based multi-instrumentalist Madeline Johnston and Luminol is her new record, released on San Francisco’s The Frenser last month.
It doesn’t get much funkier than Jackie Mitto, the scorching hot Keyboard King. Think “Green Onions” by way of Jamaica with extra spice.
Sometimes anger is all that’s left.
Debris is actor/musician Keeley Forsyth’s debut album. Its roots having grown from a dark place, “There was a lot going on in my life that was heavy and hard,” with words and sounds reaching toward the light.
“Terence McKenna said that language gave us our first chance to lie.” Leslie Winer
Pan Daijing’s Lack from 2017 remains a force to be reckoned with.
I’m drawn to outsider art. Adolf Wölfli, Martin Ramírez, Bill Traylor, and Henry Darger set my mind on fire. So its no wonder I’m drawn to the music of Ghédalia Tazartès which strikes me as being about as out as out gets.
Coming late to this party, UK-based Black Country, New Road’s stunning debut, For the first time from February of this year, is a wild ride through all manner of musical genres, landing somewhere in between and distinctly infectious.
Chinese-born, Vancouver-based electronic musician Yu Su’s debut, Yellow River Blue, was made for you.
I’m a believer.
Originally released in 1981, Love Joys Reggae Vibes remained out of print for 20 years, seeing the light of day once again in 2002 with a CD-only release on Wackies. Vinyl lovers had to wait until 2014 for their version of this lover’s rock and […]
Seek, and ye shall find (just be careful what you look for).
“I want to pet every puppy I see.”