Yearly Archives: 2018


  In this age of quotidian nihilism, of pervasive and boundless jadedness, you might be forgiven for being taken aback when someone says to you: “I hope you’re happy.” It’d be easy to load that phrase with acerbic meaning, to interpret it foremost as coming from a place of spite […]

Blue October


Since their inception in Melbourne in 1981, Dead Can Dance have been informed by folk traditions from all over Europe, not just solely in terms of instrumentation, but also by secular, religious and spiritual practices. The story to their forthcoming album Dionysus took shape as Brendan Perry became fascinated by […]

Dead Can Dance


  A January cold night. A bottle of bourbon. A chance encounter at a Gallery Opening on Jane Street. This is the stuff New York is made of. Life altering moments on seemingly ordinary nights; moments that couldn’t happen anywhere else, because ordinary doesn’t live here. Innocent conversations between total strangers leading to devilish […]

January Jane


  Sometimes a step sideways is the best progression forward. After the breakup of Yellowcard in Spring 2017, vocalist/guitarist William Ryan Key did just that with his solo debut EP, THIRTEEN which will be released on May 25, 2018 via The Lone Tree Recordings. Both a sonic redirection and a rediscovering of his muse, THIRTEEN finds Ryan in a […]

William Ryan Key