Will Oldham hasn’t run out of tricks in his 20-plus years of sharing his music with Louisville and beyond.
Within the ever-changing musical landscape of Louisville, a crop of black metal acts have emerged and quickly become a force to be reckoned with.
I turned on the CD player, started hearing some disc I had left in the day before, and wondered if it was some unreleased material from The Band I forgot I had. A Grateful Dead side project?
Sure, I didn’t like Marc’s first album, but good music is undeniable. He has a strong ear for beats and is a pretty fair writer.
With every year, littledidweknow has improved and matured. After years of gestation, they’ve finally given us a frenzied debut.
Unlike some of his Odd Future cohorts, Earl Sweatshirt seems less prone to needlessly provoke controversy.
This album really should have been buried by its ambition, but somehow found its way through the sheer weight of moving parts, genre collapsing and humor amidst lofty topics to make for one of 2013
Robert Walter has reconvened the 20th Congress, with Cochemea Gastelum and Karl Denson on saxes, Elgin Park on guitar, and others.
Like Mission of Burma’s Signals, Calls & Marches, An Object is a people’s record.
Since the untimely disbandment of The Mars Volta, guitarist Omar Rodriguez-Lopez has changed course, and no, not with another solo album.