Listen to these lyrics: It amazes me how relevant that song still is. So relevant, in fact, that every single line represents an aspect of the current state of our culture, be it the militant partisanship, gun control issues, the war between the generations, or the upswing of political activeness from all directions (without most […]
In honor of the March equinox/first day of spring (at least for us in the Northern Hemisphere), here are a few things that look both forward and backward — fitting for this time in which dark and light are momentarily in balance and things begin to wake or make their return. — “The Current” by Wendell […]
My sister and I have been working on this for years, gradually adding songs to the list as we hear them. The general rule: they have to seem normal (even romantic) until you listen to the lyrics because it’s always creepier when the creepiness sneaks up on you. Like deranged toddlers. It’s delicious. And the […]
It’s been around a year since I first heard Fleet Foxes’ “The Shrine/An Argument,” and I’m still in love with it. So is my husband, who said this morning, “I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that [this] is one of the best songs ever… It’s everything amazing all rolled into […]
New TRC video for all to enjoy!
A new song I can’t stop listening to, and why it’s important.
This is The Radar Cinema’s new video for my favorite song of theirs, “Super Gouls ‘n’ Ghosts.” It was recorded by Jonathan Cook at their last show at Sky City in Augusta, GA. Check it out!
New music video for “Consignment” by The Radar Cinema
Thoughts on low-key folk and Old-Time Smoky Mountain Music
Exemplary banjo music for the discriminating contemporary folk enthusiast.