Every heavy music fan should be so lucky to witness a live performance by Neurosis at least once in their lifetime but anyone attending the sold-out Vancouver show at Venue […]
February wasn’t always about hearts and romance: in ancient Rome, people celebrated Lupercalia as a means to exorcise evil and invite fertility. It was a festival marked by the sacrifice […]
all of the familiar elements of Shone’s work – distorted drones and bass pulses, lumbering tempos, and throbbing mechanical percussion – coalesce in their strongest configurations to date, evidently informed by general anxiety about humanity’s precarious future and a palpable contempt for the complacent cultural self-interest hastening our demise.
Whether folk music is inherently suited to grim, mature musings or vice versa, the turbulence which permeates the work of a “dark” or “angry” young songwriter seems to catalyze over time, to potentially yield songs that, despite their softer, subtler tread, are broader in perspective and smoldering in their intensity.