Louisville’s Phantom Family Halo return with Monoliths and These Flowers Never Die, a sophomore double-album that is surprisingly both sprawling and focused, an exem
Have you ever wondered what it would sound like if Emmylou Harris, Rosemary Clooney and The Frames were all thrown into a proverbial blender?
Josh Homme and Dave Grohl coaxed Led Zeppelin’s bassist-and-more John Paul Jones into some jams and gigs under a jokey collective name.
Some days a record just falls into place. It strikes with the right mood at the right time, slicing a moment out of thin air and setting it into stone.
This record shouldn’t be listened to via conventional means; rather, it should be played at its own midnight screening, with introduction and commentary from Joe Bob Briggs.
Trailer Tapes II is the latest offering from Slaughter, Ky., native Chris Knight.
I was out for a Sunday drive when I first slid Sainthood into my player. Autumn’s colorful foliage and crisp, cool air put a relaxed smile on my face.
There’s something comforting about a new Slayer disc. You know there won’t be anything unwanted.
Simply put, C+ is the band Louisville has been waiting for.