There’s a simplistic grace to Drums and Impressions that informs the entirety of the album.
If the Louisville music scene has a unifying theme, it’s regularly producing acts that actively seek new sounds and ideas.
Just Before Music, the debut full-length record from sculptor, collage artist and singer Lonnie Holley, received a quiet release last year on the boutique label Dust-to-Digital.
The duo of Angryblue (aka artist Justin Kamerer) and William Ragland sees the pair exploring dark, ethereal sonic landscapes in what would seem to be a series of improvised sessions.
Julie of the Wolves know exactly what they’re doing.
The sunny days are waning and the cold, harsh winter approaches. But upon pressing play on Let’s Be Still, a warmth spreads through the blood.
American-Chilean laptop wizard Nicolas Jaar was 21 when he released his enthusiastically received, shockingly mature debut full-length, Space Is Only Noise, by which time he had starte
Califone has done this before: The frequently brilliant avant-roots collective has sold a platter of undercooked ideas and called it an album.
I wasn’t really lucid in the ’70s (but then, who was?), but I am a student of music history.