John King’s tenure as the sultan of Louisville love songs has sadly come to an end.
One-third of Frankfort’s Basement Up, Allen Poe’s Ohms is beautifully produced, from blog favorite “Gina” (featuring Von Pea) to “Grand Entrance” (w
Lydia Loveless created a buzz three years ago with the release of Indestructible Machine, an album rooted in cow-punk grit.
A weird vibe permeates the entirety of Witch, an all-encompassing, sinister veneer that indicts the listener as somehow complicit in whatever it is they’ve done wrong.
While metal is often theatrical in nature, there are some, such as Behemoth architect Nergal, for whom it isn’t an act.
Vaporwave: the latest unholy micro-genre currently oozing from the detritus piled up in forgotten corners of the Internet.