Episode 289: Seán Barna Returns
On his first full length Pictures Of An Exhibitionist, singer/songwriter (and, full disclosure, one of our brodawg's) Seán Barna is getting in touch with his feelings and delivering a savagely raw set of songs that chronicle his adventures in LA and Washington, DC over the past few years. Kevin and Marcus (Dowling) are sitting down with the "dark lord" of folk to talk the ins and outs of Exhibitionist, life after DC, and more.
PLUS! Instead of giving up on being a musician after suffering a crippling health crisis, Kaeley Pruitt-Hamm poured her experiences into her new EP, Hi From Pillows (out NOW on Local Woman Records). Part art, part activism, Pillows tackles important issues that affect us all, exploring them through a slightly-honeyed indie-folk lens. Check out the single "Thorns" from this gem of an EP.
Episode 494: Johanna Burnhearts's 'Burnheart' and New Music From Mary Lattimore
Season 10, Ep. 494
Violinist Johanna Burnheart shines on her lush and challenging debut record Burnheart, and harpist Mary Lattimore returns with Silver Ladders, one of the strongest releases of her career. Join us as we dig into these stellar releases, talk ambient, and the future of music on an all new episode of Discologist.Love this show? Let us know by supporting us. Quick. Easy. Makes you feel good.https://supporter.acast.com/Discologist
Episode 493: Aquiles Navarro and Tcheser Holmes' 'Heritage Of The Invisible II'
Season 10, Ep. 493
On Heritage of the Invisible II, Aquiles Navarro (trumpet) and Tcheser Holmes (percussion) – one half of the mighty Irreversible Entanglements – are celebrating their Afro-Carribbean heritage in ecstatic fashion. The resulting album is less a collection of songs than an organic rendering their culture, friendship, and seemingly telepathic level of communication the duo shares. PLUS! Discover a collection of gorgeous new songs about transformation and peace with Jennifer Castle’s Monarch Season.Love this show? Let us know by supporting us. Quick. Easy. Makes you feel good.https://supporter.acast.com/Discologist
Episode 492: Willie Nelson's 'Teatro' and New Music From Brothers Osborne
Season 10, Ep. 492
In 1998 nobody would have expected that Willie Nelson would deliver what is arguably the best album of his career. But that is exactly what happened with the Daniel Lanois produced Teatro. We’re digging into what makes this essential classic one of the most perfect distillations of Nelson’s talent and how it reinvigorated the country legend’s already storied careerPLUS! Country superstars Brothers Osborne are back with another dose of countrified rock n’ roll on their new album Skeletons.Love this show? Let us know by supporting us. Quick. Easy. Makes you feel good.https://supporter.acast.com/Discologist