Album Review: Dirty Projectors

They’re back, self-titled, and as beautifully bizarre as ever. Diving headfirst into hardship, founder David Longstreth begins Dirty Projectors with a solemn nod to ex-bandmate and ex-girlfriend Amber Coffman. “Keep Your Name” samples Coffman’s vocals off their 2012 track, “Impregnable Question,” repeating “We don’t see eye to eye.” To be clear, he opens the album… Read More Album Review: Dirty Projectors

In case you missed it: of Montreal releases “Rune Husk” EP

With the world having lost both Prince and David Bowie in 2016, it’s reassuring to have of Montreal carrying on with their characteristic sound that draws so heavily from these two giants. Following up last year’s Innocence Reaches, of Montreal quietly released the 4-song Rune Husk EP, which may have flown under the radar of all but their… Read More In case you missed it: of Montreal releases “Rune Husk” EP

New Music: Ulrich Schnauss & Jonas Munk

Only recently, electronic shoegaze virtuoso Ulrich Schnauss released his 12th album (No Further Ahead Than Today) but he’s already back with more, this time in collaboration with Danish musician Jonas Munk. Their album Passage was released last Friday, right when most of the world could have used exactly this kind of meditative escape. With the addition of Munk’s… Read More New Music: Ulrich Schnauss & Jonas Munk