A quiet, melancholy alt-country record of gentle acoustic songs and passages.
The debut album of one of the finest Deep Elm bands introduced the world to a dark, deep, melancholy sound that was wholly their own.
Dallas rockers rocking the rock and roll rock.
Part of the label’s split-single series, this set offers up three great songs from Camber, and one from Brandston.
Rappers’ inevitable gospel songs are often best avoided…unless you’re Outkast, who have this uncanny knack for not doing wrong. Even their missteps are inherently interesting, and though the sum is greater than their parts, when those parts are working together, the results are magical.