Taken from the Erased Tapes release, Two Balloons.
Taken from the Capitol Records release, Traveling On.
Taken from the River House release, Children Of Paradise.
What promised to be a definitive documentary on one of America’s greatest musical performers instead offers three hours of sanitized observations on a complicated man who deserves better.
Taken from the Soul Carnival release, Soul’s Core Revival.
Dead Can Dance returned this year with their best album in 25 years, a haunting and dark oratorio about the god of debauchery. It’s easily one of the best albums of 2018.
Long awaited collaboration between two exotic, otherworldly groups proved to be exactly as good as you would expect to be.
Spiritualized returned with a fantastic new album, and this particular song is one of Jason Pierce’s finest to date.
Beach Boys front man Mike Love teamed up with a brotherly duo noted for having harmonies equally as good as his Wilson cousins, and their remake of a lesser 1970s track was a surprising return to form.
A gorgeous cover of one of Prince’s finest compositions is the highlight of a record of fantastic covers of R&B hits from the 1980s and 1990s by one of the more underrated talents of the era.