Along the Way is always pretty, but rarely beautiful.
Mark McGuire releases his umpteenth album of impressionistic guitar drone ambient.
Mark McGuire's recordings from limited cassettes, CD-Rs, and singles find him using his guitar to make a double album that's both folksy and warm, as well as experimental and psychedelic.
By the album’s end, you’ll be returning to those Emeralds releases wondering if anybody else was even playing on them at all.
A No-Nonsense Agenda for the Left
Sierra Hull: Weighted Mind
Shovels and Rope: Busted Jukebox, Vol. 1
'The New Mutants' Is Rooted Both in Scholarship and in the Rich History of Superhero Narratives
The X-Files: Season 10, Episode 3 - "Mulder and Scully Meet the Were-Monster"
On the Meaningful Nonsense in 'Jottings From a Far Away Place'
Is It Always Better to Think Things Through Twice?
Lucinda Williams: The Ghosts of Highway 20
"Nils Pihl calls it, "Newtonian engagement", that is, when "an engaged player will remain engaged until acted upon by an outside force". That's "progress".