Monday, August 16 2010
Two young forces in Americana songwriting made for a pleasant Sunday night on Governor’s Island in New York Harbor.
Wednesday, October 1 2014
There are enough moments of curiosity to make this a decent holdover, but as a stand-alone EP, this set doesn't quite find its own footing.
Dusted Lux, aka Lee Camfield, blends the acoustic and the electronic to a quietly stunning degree.
While going to individual venue websites and finding booking information was usually a hassle before the advent of mobile apps, searching for that same information took less time than using this particular app.
Veteran Stones scribe Robert Greenfield captures a band, and its key relationship, in turmoil and on the cusp of change.
The National's seminal 2005 album Alligator shows the band, like America, to be lit up by white lights even as it is surrounded by darkness.
Both familiar and challenging, Williams' new record invites her audience to dance slow and close to a set of adult songs for adult listeners.
Existential dread is nothing new for Will Oldham's performing persona, but this new record might be his most harrowing yet.