Monday, May 21 2012
Much of A Monument treads the same epic path that is reigned over by the Arcade Fires and Radioheads of the indie rock world. And while Tu Fawning never quite reach the same heights of grandeur as these masters of the form, their ambition and their technical prowess results in an album that reveals further depths with each listen.
Thursday, October 2 2008
Gothic in the 18th century literary sense.
Tuesday, July 31 2012
This Portland-based foursome has released one of the year's deepest, most emotionally resonant records, although you wouldn't know it from these 20 Questions, wherein singer Corrina Repp tells us about wanting to dine with John C. Reilly, the magic of Moab, UT, and how she acquired a deaf cat named Jazz Hands.
Tuesday, October 5 2010
Portland's Tu Fawning have developed a sophisticated and mature sound that draws from the noirish elements of Tom Waits, the textures and moods of Portishead, and '20s and '30s big band tunes and folk music.