In this one I do a thing relating to St Vincent and vinyl, namely going through the stuff to do with her February 25th-released self-titled album. We unbox, we laugh awkwardly, we tell stories, and we learn something.
So, I’m doing reviews again! It has literally almost been a year since the last one I actually sat down to do, but since I’ve moved to a new channel I’m newly inspired and here it is! I inaugurate things with Band of Horses and their new live album Acoustic at the Ryman!
Not great quality, but here’s the Japanese B-side to St Vincent’s “Digital Witness”. It really isn’t fair that this track isn’t widely released, it’s not one of the best from the record but the guitar and overall sound is fun and I like it!
Bon Iver sideman S. Carey is going to release his new album Range Of Light next month, and if you haven’t already checked it out, I heartily recommend first
Bon Iver collaborator and excellent solo artist S. Carey has just released another song from his forthcoming album Range of Light(due out April 1st) called “Crown The Pines”. After the debacle with Coldplay releasing their “experimental” track “Midnight” earlier this week, it’s a pleasure to hear an artist who’s actually good at creating these type of picturesque displays of sound.
Okay so…. I’ve been holding onto this little video for a bit, because I was trying to work up the nerve to close this chapter that I feel isn’t fitting me so well. My time on Youtube is not over, rather I’m switching to a new account and making a new name for myself elsewhere and in a broader circle. Watch the video for more details and study the links a bit, because I’ve opened a Facebook fan page, Instagram and a Twitter(which I already had actually) to accommodate it. Like, follow, all of the above as I attempt to do something new!