Phosphorescent - Muchacho

As Phosphorescent, the Brooklyn-based Alabama transplant Matthew Houck makes dusty-but-ebullient roots-rock that feels warm and dusty and lived-in, lighter on old-timey affectations than the stuff many of his peers are making. Phosphorescent’s new album Muchacho is about to arrive, and we’ve already posted its luminous and surprisingly synthy “Song For Zula.” Hear the rest of it below.


(via NPR)

Muchacho is out 3/19 on Dead Oceans.

Comments (4)
  1. You misspelled the album title in the post title.

  2. Oh damn! There are two girls on his bed. File this under “post-threesome tunes.”

  3. You never did fix the post title.

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