Tag: Deep Elm Twenty Year Retrospective
Chicago-based alternative-rock band’s second and final album was a slice of great-sounding, radio-friendly alternative rock.
The Appleseed Cast’s second album was the first of what would become a handful of masterpieces.
Desert City Soundtrack’s debut full-length Funeral Car was a heavy-handed, dark, morose affair.
A quirky, punky British trio whose debut album easily defined the word “unique.”
Heavy, hard, pummeling post-rock.
An excellent three-way split EP, offering several of the label’s best bands presenting some of their best work.
If there were an “emo supergroup,” it would have been Imbroco, featuring members from several notable bands, releasing only this sole EP.
The debut of Italy-via-American rock band Settlefish was an album of enjoyable promise.
One of the best albums Deep Elm has ever released, this Swedish band’s debut was and is a record of grand, sublime beauty.
A quiet, melancholy alt-country record of gentle acoustic songs and passages.