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Ease Down the Road - Bonnie Prince Billy [#410]

Back when I was in “lifestyle training” my mentor told me I should like Bonnie Prince Billy. Should, as in must. To gain the “Hipster – Level 8” achievement I had to listen to Bonnie Prince Billy and report back to the mentor about how much I appreciated his work. 266 more words

Bonnie Prince Billy

Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Vienna Arena, 25 July 2015

The last time Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy played in Vienna was back in 2008, on a blazing hot summer’s evening at the WUK. The heat inside the Arena for Will Oldham’s return visit in July was equally oppressive, but on this occasion Oldham and his immaculate band seemed more interested in keeping a lid on the atmosphere than in raising the onstage temperature by more than a degree or two. 374 more words


Charles Burns & Killoffer with Will Oldham, In The Garden Of Evil, Book & flexi 7", 2015

This is at least the third book & music project Oldham’s been involved among his numerous collaborations, the first being Forest Time with photographer Erik Wesselo from 2002, then another in 2012 with artist Ashley Macomber called… 798 more words


Days Between Stations: The Biblical Hillbillies (05/97)

On March 9, the front page of The New York Times featured coverage of the seemingly endless flood in the Ohio River Valley. Kentucky was devastated. 1,054 more words

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Bonnie “Prince” Billy/Lou Barlow, Beware Your Only Friend/Imagination Blind 7”, 2010

Despite the 2010 release date, both of these tracks were recorded in March/April 2009, live, at Landlocked Music, a record store in Bloomington, Indiana. While this… 642 more words


Palace, Mountain 12", 1995

This EP was released in the UK in order to bring together the four tracks from the “West Palm Beach/Gulf Shores” 7″ (1994) and the “ 1,598 more words


Bonnie 'Prince' Billy & The Cairo Gang, Tip The Glass And Feel The Bottom 10”, 2015  

Another limited edition release of only 300 copies (like the “Sixty Minute Man” and  Will Oldham on Bonnie Prince Billy 10″ releases), this time from the small label, Future Oak Recordings, who tell us that this EP “was recorded by Oldham and Kelly on their 2014 tour of eight Dutch churches. 1,297 more words