Sunday, May 1 2011
With a spiritually-engaged, elementally-fuzzed guitar aesthetic that sounds like a collaboration between Neil Young and Jimi Hendrix, Arbouretum’s Dave Heumann has found a rhythm over the course of three albums. Now with his fourth, The Gathering, he adds a new influence to the mix, the pioneering psychoanalyst Carl Jung.
Tuesday, January 22 2008
PopMatters' annual tradition of offering up its Slipped Discs picks continues with the biggest installment to date. These are the albums our writers just loved, but missed our enormous top 60 albums list late last year.
Thursday, January 31 2013
This artistic vision has more structure, and probably a more sensible formal approach, but it can't quite carry the songs.
Thursday, June 11 2009
Arbouretum's third album is an earthy record with dirt under its fingernails, and eyes always fixed firmly on the horizon.
Wednesday, March 14 2007
Mesmerizing jams from Anomoanon drummer Dave Heumann wed righteous, slow-paced Americana with free-wheeling 1960s psych. Five bucks says he's got a beard.
Thursday, April 2 2009
The new video, "Down by the Fall Line", from Arbouretum's Song of the Pearl was directed by Joseph Cashiola and it's a somber black and