RED NIGHT is an opportunity to enter the winding tunnels of The Hundred in the Hands' nocturnal city where time stretches, tempos drop, and guitars plunge rumbling and throbbing out against denser and denser vocals as the story unfolds. The band's
Reissue. With 1969’s To Love Somebody NINA SIMONE left the usual blues and jazz standards alone, in favor of a selection of contemporary hits from the pop, rock and folk worlds, including a trio of Dylan tracks, the Byrds’ "Turn! Turn! Turn!,"
"Slowly" is the third album by three Japanese artists who relocated to the US. Mari Ayabe, Yusuke Yamamoto, and K-go Mizutani bring a strong technical facility as well as a delicate musical sensibility that merges hip hop, jazz, dub, shoegazer