Music News 360° – January 2018 Playlist Chris Stapleton – Parachute John Craigie – Suck It Philly (Live) Pickin’ On Series – You Get What You Give Rising Appalachia – Wide Circles (Live) Trevor Hall – Green Mountain State  Vetiver – Rolling Sea Charming Horses – Higher Love – AcousticRead More →

 @MusicNews360 caught up with @JohnCraigie between two nights of recording a forthcoming live album in Portland, OR (@MississippiStud & @DougFirLounge). We talked about the apocalypse, fractals, astrology, and hanging out with @JackJohnson. Below are excerpts from our conversation.   Website Instagram Twitter Spotify Tour Dates Discography Live Studio Capricorn inRead More →

  Music News 360° – December 2017 Playlist Chastity Belt – Different Now The Squalls – Na, Na, Na, Na Tom Kitty Oliver – Know Everybody You Meet Arcade Fire – Haiti Adriano Viterbini & Reed Turchi – Gira  It Is Rain In My Face. – Fast as a Feather (Live)Read More →

Where The Tragic Happens by New Age Healers Review from blog.kexp.org . In their own words, New Age Healers is the “brainchild of Seattle-based, Brooklyn-stewed, Minneapolis-bred multi-instrumentalist Owen Murphy” who also advertises that his group has a Seattle and a Minneapolis line up. Regardless of which line up is backing Murphy, itRead More →

War Elephant by Deer Tick Review from www.prefixmag.com . Despite bearing the gruff nicotine rasp of a 48-year-old blues growler, Deer Tick mainman John McCauley was just 19 years old when he recorded War Elephant. A limited-edition run of the album gained critical momentum and sold out not long after itsRead More →

Bad Debt by Hiss Golden Messenger   Review from www.pitchfork.com . The story of how Bad Debt was destroyed has eclipsed the story of how it was created. M.C. Taylor wrote these songs in the months following the birth of his son in 2009, then he recorded them in the dead ofRead More →

There Is Love In You by Four Tet Review from www.pitchfork.com . Kieran Hebden first came on the scene in the 1990s as a member of Fridge, a post-rock outfit that to me always looked better on paper than they sounded on record. Whatever you think of his first band,Read More →