Indie music reviews, from ex-Bodeans Sam Llanas’ solo work to the dark, despondent sound of David Robert King.
Elizabeth Cook’s country-music pedigree is honorable. Her father learned to play country in a federal pen during a stint for moonshining. Funny, perceptive and wholesomely carnal, her Welder draws its title from her dad’s post-parole line of business. Maybe she’s welding words and ideas together.