Not unlike fine Swiss clockwork, the duo that calls themselves Yello have been ticking for four decades without missing a beat.
It’s easy to suspect Ray LaMontagne came from a recently unearthed time capsule documenting the folkie scene of half a century ago.
To The Sunset (Silver Knife Records). Review by James Mann.
Mitski brings her stark bedroom pop to Orlando’s BackBooth, but Jen Cray finds openers Fear of Men and Weaves more delighting.
Sprinter (Partisan Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Inklings (El deth). Review by Jeff Schweers.
While mom and dad sit in jail, autistic Carl and his friend go on a road trip looking for a climatic super cell storm.
Intricacies (Wanderlustik Productions). Review by Stacey Zering.
Axiom (Ropeadope/ Stretch Music). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
A spacey exploration of love , pain and reality as it might exist in cyberspace.
A young woman returns from the war and struggles to overcome pain and loneliness.
Four Holmes and Watson tales enacted by a constantly changing cast.
Zoom back to 1949 as a black woman attempts to find acceptance in a midwestern academic setting.
The mysterious Orville Peck is a modern cowboy marvel, a rare and legendary masked man with a dusty guitar and a lonesome coyote howl.
Bobby Bare sings Shel Silverstein (Bear Family Productions). Review by James Mann.
Geiger Counter (One Little Indian). Review by Bob Pomeroy.