Album Reviews

Rose Windows Return with ‘There Is A Light’

One of my favorite new artists of 2013 was Seattle’s Rose Windows. Their debut LP, The Sun Dogs, on Sub Pop was a luscious array of mildly psych-induced folk rock fronted by Rabia Shaheen Qazi exotic vocals. It continues: Rose Windows have now given us a first taste of life beyond The Sun Dogs with… Continue reading Rose Windows Return with ‘There Is A Light’

Song Reviews

Death Vessel: Ilsa Drown (feat. Jonsi of Sigur Ros)

Joel Thibodeau’s Death Vessel returns in February with a follow up do his Sub Pop debut Nothing is Precious Enough for Us. The new album is called Island Intervals and it’s been a long time coming; his previous release as Death Vessel was way back in 2008.

Features

Rose Windows Prep “The Sun Dogs”

Every so often an album drops that makes you freak out a little bit inside; enter Seattle-based Rose Windows, my latest obsession. Their new album, The Sun Dogs, will be released June 25 via Sub Pop and, after spending a few glorious hours with it today in the sun, I am excited to say I… Continue reading Rose Windows Prep “The Sun Dogs”

Videos

Father John Misty: Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings (Video)

Aubrey Plaza is one of those actresses that has a pretty intense following. She’s not what you’d call “super hot” by the standards of your typical jock movie fanatic. But she’s certainly good looking, has superb style and that quirky, oft self-deprecating sense of humor that gives you chills and makes you swoon. It’s like… Continue reading Father John Misty: Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings (Video)

Song Reviews

The Ruby Suns: Kingfisher Call Me

Have you heard this yet!? I’m talking about “Kingfisher Call Me” by The Ruby Suns off their forthcoming LP Christopher. The song is giving me intense chills right now! It’s easily the best thing I’ve heard ever from The Ruby Suns. Check minute 3:08. It’s like the end of “TMNT Mask” by Chad VanGaalen (off… Continue reading The Ruby Suns: Kingfisher Call Me