I Love You, Honeybear, the latest recording from Fleet Foxes drummer Josh Tillman turned solo artist J. Tillman, turned Father John Misty, is fantastic. It is beautiful and funny and musically delicious. 661 more words
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Insecurity can spur people to commit reckless deeds, including going above and beyond to lash out at perceived threats. I can understand the desire to protect one’s reputation and integrity, but I will never comprehend the extent to which it motivates some to create mountains out of molehills. 1,360 more words
Well, it’s been a minute since I posted, so I’m going to combine the newer things I’ve been listening to into one post.
I liked Belle & Sebastian’s “Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance” quite a bit. 358 more words
“Look buddy, I’m not letting Nashville down tonight!” Josh Tillman said in an imaginary conversation with a man backstage at Marathon Music Works. This was shortly after coming back to a roaring crowd, in the encore phase of a performance that actually made me believe that people can go to a show in a certified big room and not suck by holding up their phone the entire time and/or talking through the quiet moments. 421 more words
The recently released debut album by the Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band, 21st Century Molam, is a very interesting collection of instrumental music. “Molam” is a style of Thai folk music, extremely popular in the country’s Northeastern “Isaan” region. 579 more words