There is an exquisite beauty to the drag it produces, one that results, ultimately, in hope.
An alternative take on Death Cab's major-label break out album.
This is not bad by any stretch of the imagination.
Their reach exceeds their grasp. Thus, the usual adjectives: pretty, soaring, uplifting, and boring.
Metamorphoses are only sometimes good
It's always a good idea to keep a healthy selection of shoe-gazer pop lying around.
I don't know about anyone else, but I think 2004 was a bad bad year for music.
What's not to love about a local, independent musician?
I first heard Jim Guthrie in a Starbucks, on one of their "Modern Grind" mixes.