- Music Reviews
- July 8, 2020
The Pandemic Songs (Saustex Records). Review by James Mann.
A Christmas Album to Benefit Amnesty International (Animal World Recordings). Review by Matthew Moyer.
A Tall-Tale Storyline (spinART). Review by Daniel Gill.
A New Pacifica (Omnibus). Review by Daniel Gill.
Azure Ray (Warm). Review by Daniel Gill.
Mathing Moonlight (Spectra Mobile). Review by Daniel Gill.
Crooked Autumn Sun (Official). Review by Daniel Gill.
Hydrofield Of Myth (High School Champion). Review by Daniel Gill.
Kickstand (More Than Meets the Eye). Review by Daniel Gill.
Girls (Suicide Squeeze). Review by Daniel Gill.
Daneil Gill corresponds with Clark Rehberg of Michigan-based post-rock collective Kiln to discuss the band’s recording philosophies, heaenly bodies, and the 700-lb. gorilla of experimental rock, Radiohead’s Kid A.
In Perspective: Incredibly Strange Muzak (Ink 19, February 2001)
Pelican City is the solo project of Athens, Georgia resident Brian Burton. Hi…
Far from the drone of his better-known band, the Asuza Plain, Quentin Stoltzfus is writing and recording pop gens with his latest project, Mazarin. Daniel Gill spoke with Stoltzfus about classical music, the "pro-sleep" movement, and Umberto Eco.
Considering the fact that this is only Analogue’s second CD released during i…
The Roots of Orchis is an instrumental band with good intentions. If there’s …
The Starlight Mints, whether they want to admit it or not, are direct descend…
Out west in Tucson, Arizona in an area of town known as the Barrio Viejo, thr…
In the continually growing electronic music scene, there has emerged a sub-ge…
Daniel M. Gill talks with bassist James McNew of indie rock darlings Yo La Tengo about being the odd man out in a band with a married couple, the differences between the U.S. and Europe, and why playing covers is a lot of fun.