Indie music reviews, from ex-Bodeans Sam Llanas’ solo work to the dark, despondent sound of David Robert King.
With a studio album and a major milestone, a conversation with Gary Brooker on Procol Harum’s 50th Anniversary.
An Indie Spotlight on new releases from Angie Aparo, Seth Bernard, Gregory Stovetop, Mark Lavengood, Van Wyck, Dean Owens, Ben De La Cour, Fernando Perdomo and Kerri Powers.
It was a struggle to get English troubadour Michael Weston King to narrow his choices to only 10 albums. Perhaps there is a sequel in the offing.
David Crosby aims high with latest release, ‘Sky Trails.’
The Brymers (pronounced “Brimmers”) might have become a mere footnote in the annals of rock ‘n’ roll were it not for their sheer persistence. Here’s their story.
It’s hardly surprising, especially given Travis Pike’s wide array of endeavors — from making music to authoring books to working in film — that he’s an eclectic auteur. Goldmine highlights the artist’s best work.
The indie albums reviewed are terrific examples of a healthy indie scene that remains fertile year after year.
In Indie Showcase we can celebrate the abundance of exceptionalism, but lament the fact that much of the music will, by necessity, remain undiscovered.
Pere Ubu frontman tells Goldmine that the band has “always been about destroying artifice.”