To quote a meme that’s been making the rounds lately, January was a long year, but we made it. During this particularly slow time period, we were at least accompanied by some great music. Here’s a quick rundown of some of the other great releases that we heard recently that you can—and should buy today,Continue reading “January 2022 Roundup”
Ryley Walker has always had his finger on the pulse of new and enterprising musical directions, but on Course in Fable, he’s blazing a bold and entirely unique trail. Available today from his own mini-label, Husky Pants Records, on vinyl and CD, this album finds Walker fusing all sorts of disparate things together, like jazzyContinue reading “Ryley Walker – Course In Fable”
While the rest of us are in 2020, Kendra Amalie and Ryley Walker are hangin’ in 3020, creating some of the most disorienting records of twisted guitar alchemy that you’ve ever heard. With the release of last year’s Intuition, Amalie proved herself to be not only one of the most fiercely original and versatile axe-wieldersContinue reading “Kendra Amalie & Ryley Walker – Papaya In A Hound’s Tooth”
What a month it’s been for new music, especially within the psychedelic-tinted genres and sub-genres. Here’s an additional rundown for this month with many of our favorite new releases (most of which are from Cardinal Fuzz Records), new songs and videos. Dead Sea Apes – The Free Territory Dead Sea Apes are no strangers toContinue reading “May Roundup (Part 2): Dead Sea Apes,The Myrrors, The Janitors, and More”
There are few things on this earth that are more enjoyable than when this duo appear together on stage. The magic that they weave together using only two guitars is jaw-dropping to say the least. Check it out below:
Keeping the tradition going, here’s the third installment in my Record Crates United mix. It features tracks from releases that I’ve reviewed and/or posted about here.
While a few personal things have been slowing down my work here, a few of my pieces that I worked on over the last few months have recently been published. Here’s my piece on a new favorite of mine, Ryley Walker. A New Day For Ryley Walker