Where The Light Comes In – Ben Noble (reviewed by Marcus Kittridge)

This recording starts with a beautifully spacious sonic landscape that took me back to the time when Kate Bush experimented with the latest in Fairlight synthesizer technologies. Towards the end of the first track, big crescendos build from nothing to a dazzling ball of musical complexity. 'Bluebird' is driven along by a lo-fi 8 bit... Continue Reading →

Johnstown – Oh Susanna (reviewed by T Bebedor)

Like all art forms, music is at it’s best when it divides opinion, creates conversation and brings about strong feelings, after all, art is something created for others to experience. Back in 1998 Canadian singer songwriter Suzie Ungerleider recorded ‘Johnstown’, an ambitious debut album that has been described as a contemporary folk-noir masterpiece and gained... Continue Reading →

Tomberlin releases new track “I’m Not Scared”

Tomberlin, the rising Louisville, KY-based artist, has released "I'm Not Scared," the latest from her Saddle Creek debut album, At Weddings. DIY, who premiered the song today are calling it "deeply emotive and touching." At Weddings is available for pre-order and due out 8/10 via Saddle Creek. Of the song, Sarah Beth Tomberlin says "It is abrasive, heavy, but packaged delicately. I feel like many people... Continue Reading →

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