Tag Archives: singer-songwriter

Reuben Hollebon’s Clutch

Some people manage to hit the nail right on the head and get you in the right place at the right time. As with all wonders, sometimes you tend to be looking elsewhere and miss them, and what you need are playful shoves or friendly reminders that if you pass up this opportunity, it’ll most […]

Don’t you cherish me to sleep

Where he succeeded once in impressing swarms of cynics and romantics alike, Justin Vernon succeeds again with Bon Iver‘s self-titled sophomore album, fundamentally different from the first in orchestration and concept, though retaining a similar mood.  For Emma, Forever Ago was created in a specific location and under circumstances which – thankfully for Mr. Vernon […]

Where were you.

I get through a lot of band sites daily, and though some don’t really get my attention, once in a while my heart goes wow! Today I carelessly clicked on a link, expecting something acoustic and a little boring and instead I found a voice dark and deep like thick black coffee, light like snowflakes […]

Werner Kitzmüller Trio @ rhiz

I dragged my friend N to this 7” release show on Monday, since we had an Ether magazine meeting AND we were in the area. Well, the first thing he said when Werner Kitzmüller Trio came on stage was, “this is depressing music. it makes me want to kill myself”. And this is sort of […]