Waterless Hills’ mesmerizing 8” lathe cut features elements of Eastern-European and Middle-Eastern folk music melted into the coldly stark foundations … Continue reading Waterless Hills – “Waverley Cross”/”The Empty House Of The Son Of The Vali Of Pusht-I-Kuh”
Meadowsilver is an act that all faithful RCU readers should be familiar with by now. For the uninitiated however, the … Continue reading An Interview with Meadowsilver
Heavy Stars’ Processions is a loose concept album about the journey from birth to death, told through the use of … Continue reading Heavy Stars – Processions
There is no silence this October. Only new music. So let’s dive straight into this month’s Roundup! Son of Buzzi … Continue reading October Roundup – Son of Buzzi, The Happy Hour Band, Forgotten Bottom & More.
Paul Hares’ The Magic of Awareness is a tidal pool of handcrafted sounds and shadowy improvisations. Hailing from Russia, Hares is … Continue reading Paul Hares – The Magic of Awareness
If the world of Eraserhead had bands playing on street corners for pocket change, I imagine they might sound like Nick … Continue reading Nick Vander ft. Felipe Bazan – Flow Corridor
Abronia’s second album, The Whole of Each Eye, is an entirely unexplored dimension, populated by an extremely diverse collection of … Continue reading Abronia – The Whole of Each Day