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THE BEST ALBUMS OF 2017: Sun Kil Moon - Common As Light And Love Are Red Valleys Of Blood

Mark Kozelek aka Sun Kil Moon does it again and again. Telling stories, making associations you normally read in prose, but Kozelek makes his prose to music and it is fascinating, often dark and gripping. 122 more words

Best Albums 2017

Radio: Mob Rules #2

Over the past few months I’ve been hosting an occasional radio show on Wick Radio with Kevin Gras – the heaviest Frenchman since Gérard Depardieu. Kevin and I met whilst working at Thrill Jockey Records, and bonded over all things rock, metal and psychedelic… with a few picklebacks thrown in for good measure. 25 more words

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The sound of elegance: the Top Five Folk and Songwriter albums of the year (so far)

There are albums that release you from the stress of a day’s work with energy and aggression, there are others that enrich a moment of peace and tranquility with delicate melodies and pleasant soundscapes.  689 more words

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ticket giveaway: SUN KIL MOON / 12.11.17 @ Festsaal Kreuzberg, Berlin

Sun Kil Moon is an American folk rock act from San Francisco, California, founded in 2002. It is also known as the main moniker of guitarist and vocalist Mark Kozelek, formerly the singer of… 59 more words


Mark Kozelek and Sean Yeaton — Yellow Kitchen — ALBUM REVIEW

Veteran songwriter Mark Kozelek hardly needs an introduction, but I’ll venture one anyway. He initially came up as the lead vocalist of beloved Bay Area slowcore/indie rock band Red House Painters, whose music is definitely worth checking out. 1,618 more words


85 Jesu/Sun Kil Moon: Jesu/Sun Kil Moon

Firstly, there’s an elephant in the room here: what the heavens to murgatroyd is Sun Kil Moon’s name supposed to be? Is it a pun?? A pun on Ban Ki Moon?? 361 more words


Sun Kil Moon - Universal Themes (2015)

After being familiar with Sun Kil Moon only from his previous album, 2014’s “Benji”, I entered this album with an open mind but was faced with the same reaction as my first exposure: I respect the aesthetics and the straightforward nature of the lyrics, but there’s just something so patently earnest yet emotionless and flat in Moon’s voice that I can’t help but giggle a little. 57 more words