The six-song mini-set comes off with a bit more urgency than last year’s Mustang Law effort.
Impeccable musicianship, cleverly layered compositions, and a lot of heart make guitarist Tom Wherrett’s music both adventurous and accessible.
There is something sublimely haunting about cellist Mark Bridges’s work.
Making a sequel can be tricky, something the Courtneys know all too well.
We may still be doomed, but you won’t feel that way after listening to Themes for Dying Earth.
Impeccably crafted and expertly recorded as it is, this disc isn’t for everyone.
The album contains a satisfying breadth of mindfully arranged Americana instrumentals that perfectly suit the artist's vocals.
The three-track EP proves that the artist can produce quality work at lightning speed.
The four songs on this EP are spare and spacious, comprising a few layers of (mostly) guitar and vocals.
At its core, the album is a full-fledged love letter to the power of old-school thrash.