Posts tagged with "Plains"

Week in Review #72

June 13, 2015

Week in Review #72 Congratulations to Juan Felipe Herrera on being named the US poet laureate, and congratulations to anyone who might be my or anybody else’s fellow American, we’ve got a pretty swanky poet laureate — who happens to have tremendous delivery. Here he is speaking at the Festival de Flor... 

Week in Review #68

May 16, 2015

Week in Review #68 “While this is listed as #58 of the FFFoxy Podcast show, if you have been following us for over the past 4½ years and through a few different name changes, you may know that we’ve done several more shows than that. In fact, this is actually the 100th episode of the podcast series that we have... 

Week in Review #67

May 9, 2015

Week in Review #67 This week’s review is a bit light/heavy because as some of you may know, Decoder’s reviews editor Steve Dewhurst is preparing for surgery… and there’s not so much more one can say about that, except Dwight’s going to be filling in as best he can for the duration. So feel... 

Eleven Year Old – “A Hermit’s Blues”

March 10, 2015

Eleven Year Old – “A Hermit’s Blues” Birmingham-based trio Eleven Year Old is gearing up for their second full-length album, American Lizards, with a new single, “A Hermit’s Blues.” The trio, consisting of Jacob Hethcox (of Plains), Sam Reynolds, and Max Andrews, plays a distinct brand of psych-tinged punk rock that... 

Week in Review #31

August 9, 2014

Week in Review #31 Plenty to catch up on this week, including news that French experimental producer High Wolf would be reissuing his Straight Cassette recordings, a “weird hip-hop” outing under his Black Zone Myth Chant moniker; an incredibly fun plod through acidic insanity. It’s been available digitally... 

Album Stream: Plains – Stone Cloud

March 18, 2014

Album Stream: Plains – Stone Cloud Alabama-based labels Happenin Records and Noumenal Loom have teamed up to release garage rocker Plains‘ latest album, Stone Cloud, on cassette. The third full-length release (and second physical release) from Travis Swinford, Stone Cloud is an eleven-track long excursion through varying degrees...