Scott D. Elingburg lives in Charleston, SC and works as software engineer and freelance writer. He is the co-founder and editor of Analogue, a music website. His work has appeared in McSweeney's, Under the Radar, Glide Magazine, and The Post and Courier. He tweets @analogue_io
Six Organs of Admittance's Companion Rises begins and ends in a pre-dawn haze, shadowed by an inky sky that stretches out toward the cosmos before landing softly back on Earth.
Our Best 20 Americana albums of 2019 are a multicultural, polysexual, cross-genre lineup of cool Americana music that, as with the best parts of the American promise, pays tribute to the musical wells from which they spring but also takes the artform wherever their rugged individualism and talent-rich hearts lead them.
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