Once again, it’s “Bandcamp day”—when almost all your money goes to the artists and labels you want to support.
Phew’s harrowing synth-and-voice experiments on Vertigo KO channel the dread of living in our world
For more than four decades, Hiromi Moritani has been making music by her own rules. She’s largely known for the short-lived art-rock band Aunt Sally, which she started as a teenager in late-70s Osaka, and for her 1981 self-titled solo album under the name Phew. Since then she’s continually honed her craft as Phew, expanding […]