J. M. Hart aka rowjimmy
Simultaneously calm and crackling with collaborative energy, Chris Rosenau and Nick Sanborn deliver you to a specific set of space time coordinates with this ambient masterwork. A pleasant trip, indeed.
Favorite track: Rainy Dog.
This is ace! An uplifting work which I'm so glad I stumbled across. I love how they've left the live incidental ambient sounds in, something I too love to do. Thanks for this beautiful work R+S!
Sylvan Esso never fails to move me deeply with every album they produce. Poignant from beginning to end. Frequency is a song so in touch with how many of us experience music. Wave after wave, it crashes over us. Leaving us changed from the impact it makes as it passes through our souls. Aantiik
Just amazing. To think they've made arguably their best album after 27 years is mind blowing. Bears multiple listening, and I love the way it's structured - each track in is own place, a proper album. More please! philgarty
The way Yasmin communicates with the guitar, builds structures and techniques that serve her work is absolutely thrilling. And in Urban Driftwood, there's a light-ness that I had been missing in fingerstyle guitar music. https://www.vikingschoice.org/archive/you-can-fingerpick-anything-2021-in-guitar-music/ Lars Gotrich