Experimental musician Serpentwithfeet (born Josiah Wise) is many things, including a man of his word. “Life’s gotta get easier / Can’t carry a heavy heart into another year,” he vows on “A Comma” from last April’s EP Apparition. If you take the new Deacon (Secretly Canadian) at face value, he hasn’t: the album is the […]
UPDATE: Tuesday, January 14, 12:50 PM:: Stella Donnelly has canceled her U.S. tour for health reasons. Paul Cherry has replaced her as the headliner of this show. Stella Donnelly’s truth creeps up on you. The sound of her voice over her gentle, electrified folk-rock guitar is like a chill that runs up your spine to […]
Current musical obsessions of jazz guitarist Tim Stine, bassist Matt Lux, and Reader music critic Peter Margasak
Trey Gruber of up-and-coming Laurel Canyon-style rockers Parent has died at age 26.
On Saturday at Quimby’s, Reader writer Erin Osmon reads from her first book, Jason Molina: Riding With the Ghost.
The Montreal band bring its drugged-out vibe to the Garfield Park Conservatory tonight.
Songs: Ohia and Magnolia Electric Co. front man Jason Molina produced a prodigious catalog of stark and heartbreaking music. Then he disappeared.
Jason Molina, leader of Magnolia Electric Company, died on Saturday in Indianapolis at age 39.
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “Edie’s Dream,” from the upcoming Suuns album, Images Du Futur.
Califone (and Tim Rutili’s first full-length movie) head to the Sundance Film Festival.