Sunday, April 17 2011
After turning down major labels, soundtracking acclaimed indie-films, and letting his new album simply sit around for a few months, Alexi Murdoch finally comes around to an important revelation: that he's never been more at ease with himself than he is right now.
Sunday, March 6 2011
Compared to Murdoch, Sufjan Stevens is a shouter and Arvo Part’s Estonian snowscapes resemble Tchaikovsky’s “1812 Overture” -- and Murdoch’s music recalls both Stevens and Part in its self-conscious spirituality.
Monday, June 5 2006
This may not be the most defining folk album of the new millennium, but Alexi Murdoch's career is off to one hell of a start.