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Written, Edited & Directed By: David Lowery
Cinematography By: Andrew Droz Palermo 

Cast: Casey Affleck, Rooney Mara, Brea Grant, Will Oldham 

In this singular exploration of legacy, love, loss, and the enormity of existence, a recently deceased, white-sheeted ghost returns to his suburban home to try to reconnect with his bereft wife. 569 more words

Movie Review

Old Joys of Oregon

I was born in Oregon, and often I suspect my heart still lives there. I spent a good portion of my childhood in a small rural town in the Oregon countryside, and even after my family moved north to Washington (where I’ve lived ever since), Oregon was still our destination for vacations and day trips. 586 more words


Palace Brothers “Palace Brothers”

This one is definitely a person in shadows, head and shoulders—it looks like in a room, in front of a window, the background blurred out. This one also has a sticker on the shrink-wrap—it says “Palace.” The spine says, simply, “Palace Brothers.” There is no other info except for the list of ten songs on the back cover, white on black. 421 more words

Will Oldham, 'Songs of Love and Horror,' Domino Records

It can be a daunting task trying to compile a definitive discography of Will Oldham, the Kentucky born Americana polymorph who records as Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Palace Brothers, Palace and several other monikers. 376 more words


Music Park: Bonnie "Prince" Billy @ The Birchmere -- 10/9/18

Bonnie “Prince” Billy performs at Union Chapel in London on July 27, 2017. (Photo by Jon Southcasting)

I wasn’t sure what to expect from Bonnie “Prince” Billy. 692 more words

Live Review

Blueberry Jam

Climbed onto the interwebs this morning and made my way to the YouTube. Needed to find something to play for this Sunday morning and wasn’t sure where to turn. 159 more words


Listening back to Dublin in the 2000s

I wish I could remember more.

About my twenties, but more specifically about the music shows I attended back then. This occurred to me in recent days, when I listened to an album I hadn’t heard in a decade, by an artist who was once a major part of my musical life. 442 more words

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