The colors in the sky of a water color painting all run together behind the picture, gently cradling anything that needs an edge to be safe. // Post by Misha
Cornelia Murr’s lovely debut album, Lake Tear of the Clouds, sounds like a heart breaking in reverse, spinning pain back into self-possession and love. // Post by Misha
S. Carey’s new album is the scene in the movie where the protagonist gets in the car and just starts driving. // Post by Misha
Lately this album accompanies me wherever I go, soundtracking a good faith agreement with a future in which I get to where I’m going happy and in one piece. // Post by Misha
Rare Feeling marries the yearning of youth with an aged warmth – something you want to sip slowly, something to make a hard world soft at the edges. // Post by Misha
On processing grief and loss through dreams and music. By Andrew Bundy.
Gabriel Garzón-Montano‘s sophomore album is a sanctuary for ears tired of hearing bad news. The aptness of the title, Jardín, (or … More
As Fall descends in Los Angeles I find myself waking up earlier and earlier, trying to capture the few moments … More
Although D.D Dumbo (a.k.a. Oliver Hugh Perry) frequently invokes the ocean across his music, you won’t find any of the romantic gentle-waves-and-walks-on-the-beach … More
It seems entirely possible that brothers Robert and David Perlick-Molinari (collectively French Horn Rebellion) have singlehandedly made French horns cooler than they’ve ever been in all of musical history.