Randolph is an unlikely rock guitar hero, playing pedal steel and coming out of the Gospel Sacred Steel tradition.
The last we heard from mysterious down-tempo instrumental hip-hop producer and obsessive crate-digger Dante Carfagna — aka Express Rising — was roughly a decade ago, when, after a few s
Dunn, one-third of Skyscraper Stereo, returns with his second solo, a deeply personal listen that equally satisfies head-nodders and reflects his status as our emcee with the best stage banter.
I’m not crazy, you’re the one who’s crazy if you thought early ’80s skate punk was a fond but very distant memory.
Not many could be named connoisseurs of melody — in composition and in song.
Seven years between records in this town is an eternity, but it’s not as though Mauriece Hamilton has stayed dormant.
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.