Royal captures the beautiful sound found in well-done emo and leaves you with elegant melodies.
William Orbit takes pieces by the likes of Vivaldi and Beethoven, as well as Cage, Satie, and Górecki, and runs them through his bank of synthesizers.
Jon Sonnenberg and Robert Gutschow’s latest is fuller-sounding than its predecessor, but still contains a few inessential bits.
Ween has spawned a blend of their best feats and presented them on one disc.
Looking for high quality love songs? This is a good record for doing that.
If there was ever a band that we here at Opus wish would make it big, it’d probably be Havalina Rail Co.
“I think that my conviction has always been to write about what God has brought me through.”
Talking with one of the most unique and extreme acts to ever grace a Cornerstone Festival stage.
The day I hate the most finally came, the day when I have to return to real life.
Today’s shows included Longitude, Spitfire, Further Seems Forever, and Over the Rhine.
Today’s shows included Jetenderpaul, Velour 100, Pedro the Lion, and Stavesacre.
Today’s concerts included Denison Witmer, Psalters, and Farquar Muckenfuss.
Today’s concerts included The People, The Violet Burning, SS Bountyhunter, and Starflyer 59.
Today’s concerts included Fine China, Further Seems Forever, Extol, and Joy Electric.
Ronnie Martin has proven time and again that music can evolve, and that great songs can still be written.
My biggest fear arriving at Cornerstone would be that we’d be unable to find any of our friends.