01. In The Mountains
02. Dancing For Us
03. Look Out
04. How Hard To Be True
06. Follow That Road
07. Keep Me Trying
08. One Day At A Time
In 2003, Sarah Siskind released an album called “Covered.” But as a result of severe sinus problems that required surgery, Siskind wasn’t able to tour and the album never really got off the ground.
Now the album is being reissued by Justin Vernon, the musician better known as Bon Iver, on the record label Chigliak. Vernon discovered the album “Covered” through his admiration of guitarist
Bill Frisell, but quickly became a fan of Siskind’s music. He continued to follow her career and learned her heartbreaking ballad “Lovin’s for Fools” which he began closing Bon Iver shows with. Vernon states “Sarah Siskind is one of very few songwriters that is a true student of American music. Her lexicon is incredible and her voice… well, She’s a teacher.”
Reflektor is fourth studio album by Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire, scheduled to be released on October 28, 2013. A double album, Reflektor was produced by former LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy, regular Arcade Fire producer Markus Dravs and the band itself.
With Pride, Phosphorescent’s Matthew Houck has taken his style of rambling, mystical, American folk music and distilled it into a softer, slower, and even more mystical package. In the process the pretty, mysterious and spiritual sides of Phosphorescent have been multiplied by a thousand. A parody of Pride would be someone singing about lions and […]
Remastered, expanded versions of Van Morrison‘s landmark 1970 album Moondance will be released on September 30. The classic record will be available as a standard CD, a two-CD set and a deluxe edition boasting five discs. The deluxe version, which will contain four CDs and a Blu-ray audio disc, will feature 50 previously unreleased tracks. […]