Released in 2001 on One Little Indian Format: LPx2
The apocalyptic chamber-folk of Bethpage soundtracks multiple chapters of cryptic storytelling, mixing one’s darkest thoughts with religious imagery and allegory through banjo sing-alongs and haunting spoken word passages. The heavy climaxes are whirlwinds of bombastic drums, driving bass, fiddle, clarinet, and banjo that often recall the communal chamber-punk of Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra. While many tracks feel seeped in shadow and darkness, a heavenly light occasionally floods in through some truly serene and beautiful passages.
Released in 2005 on Constellation Records Format: LPx2, etching on D-side
Released in 2014 on Southern Lord Recordings Format: LP
Released in 1970 on Curtom Records (distributed by Buddha Records) Format: LP
The Order of Things takes you on a strange journey, starting off with a long ambient song built around field recordings, light acoustic guitar and some weird drones in the background. Highly recommended if you’re a fan of experimental post-rock, drone, or music that doesn’t like to be easily categorized.
Originally released in 1967 on Elektra 2012 Rhino Pressing, cut from original analogue masters Format: LP
Released on Capitol Records in 1969 2000 Pressing Format: LP
Released in 2014 on Drag City Format: LPx2, 45rpm
Released in 1967 on Columbia Records Format: LP
Jazzy Folk-Rock with dynamic songwriting, passionate vocals, and acoustic shredding accompanied by fluid drums, watery vibraphones, distorted keys and groovy upright bass. FFO Astral Weeks, Joni Mitchell, John Martyn, and Tim Buckley
Album information: Released by One Little Indian Records in 2015. Produced by Björk & Arca, except tracks 1 & 9 produced … More