Monday, August 20 2012
Relentless touring, an emphasis on quality songwriting, and recording live prove to be the key to The Way We Move, Langhorne Slim's most accessible and dynamic album to date.
Monday, January 25 2010
Slipped Discs continues with hip-hop royalty, a genre-busting classical quartet, the future of soul music, an Americana demigod and many more. All records that missed our top 60 list last year.
Sunday, July 8 2012
The Way We Move is the record we all knew Langhorne Slim was capable of making.
Thursday, January 7 2010
A triumphant, sprawling affair likely to please a wide variety of demographics: neo-folkies, Dylan-heads, and even pop fans.
Wednesday, June 25 2008
Overproduction kills Langhorne Slim's second full-length album, just as his star is beginning to rise on the indie/Americana scene.
Wednesday, August 10 2005
Folksy boogie ditties that make you think of Jack White at times, Cat Stevens in others, but both living the life of a blues-cum-bluegrass-cum-folk troubadour.
Monday, May 31 2004
Tuesday, September 18 2012
With his new 2012 release being heralded as one of his finest to date, the home-spun, always-opinionated, and fun-loving Langhorne Slim sits down with PopMatters to discuss Dali, Ziggy Stardust, and, of course, the film Rudy. ...