This EP is a condensed version of everything that I love about Denison Witmer’s music.
The debut full-length from The Faint’s bassist is full of interesting ideas. Perhaps too many, even.
I could only fully appreciate Submers’ nautical-themed soundscapes once I listened to them over headphones.
A fascinating study in electronic music that takes clichéd sounds in new, interesting directions.
Orange Cake Mix presents a blend of shoegaze, glitch, warm electronica, and pop.
These worldweary ballads conjure up dusty country roads and long stretches of twilit interstate.
The impression I leave with is that Limited Sight Distance is still trying to find their sound.
Will Self-Destruct is a virtual paean to some of the most memorable and important music of the Clinton-era.
Compared to the celestial heights that Ágætis Byrjun strove for, ( ) feels remarkably restrained. But in its own way, far more ambitious.
The expansion of their sound gives the Procession room to grow and breathe in previously impossible directions.
While the group’s music may not take the heartbreak away, it sure makes it easier to take.
Sam Beam is a poet, plain and simple.
When all is said and done, the band seems happy to continue with the success that they have enjoyed so far.