It’s ironic that Queens of the Stone Age opted to name their newest …Like Clockwork, given the six years between albums and the comparatively prog-y leanings found herein.
Pokey LaFarge is a solid Midwestern name.
Cold Spring Fault Less Youth represents a serious sonic expansion for a duo once labeled as “post-dubstep.” Live instrumentation and vocals provide depth and warmth not see
Take eight of Louisville’s best musicians, place them in service to the unifying vision of saxophonist Jacob Duncan, and you have Liberation Prophecy, whose second album is marvelously eclect
Comprised of the Aviary demo, the oft-bootlegged “Peel Session,” 7-inches and a series of live recordings of various calibers, Years documents seminal L
Saxophonist/composer Geof Bradfield enlisted his longtime employer, pianist Ryan Cohan, to play in his suite honoring Melba Liston.
Desire Lines, Camera Obscura’s second release on 4AD, hooks with a commencing orchestration that ardently captures the thematically elegant nature of each track’s compositi