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Red House Painters' first album, Down Colorful Hill, came out 20 years ago last month, and over the last two decades, the band's mastermind, Mark Kozelek, has produced a catalog of staggering power…   Read Story »
BLOG GAME MARIO CHALMERS filling in for Tom this week, who had a kid or something (it's hard to know since Tom's baby boy -- congrats Tom! -- hasn't showed up on any releases yet). So, let's do this…   Read Story »
Mark Kozelek's music has mutated pretty significantly over the arc of his now-20-year-old career, but the visual aesthetic associated with his music has remained remarkably consistent, even…   Read Story »
As Exclaim! points out, Tim Mooney, former drummer of the depressive San Francisco alt-country band American Music Club, has died of undisclosed causes. He was 53. AMC frontam Marc Eitzel made the…   Read Story »
Mark Kozelek is a prolific artist whose many musical identities sort of serve to hide just how goddamned deep his catalog actually runs. He spent more than a decade as the driving force behind Red…   Read Story »
This week is a big one for new albums. Today, the Walkmen's Heaven finally hits shelves. When we made our list of our 25 favorite albums of the year thus far, it landed at #2. Make no mistake: It's a…   Read Story »
So far, we've heard a bundle of tracks from the new Sun Kil Moon (former Red House Painters leader Mark Kozelek) album -- "Sunshine In Chicago," "Track Number 8" and "UK Blues" -- and now a fourth,…   Read Story »
Under his Sun Kil Moon pseudonym, former Red House Painters leader Mark Kozelek will soon release his new album Among The Leaves. We've already posted the new songs "Sunshine In Chicago" and "Track…   Read Story »
The former Red House Painters frontman Mark Kozelek, recording under his Sun Kil Moon alias, has a new album called Among The Leaves coming out in a couple of months. We've already posted the…   Read Story »
February's Monthly Mix makes up for the grievous error in January's Monthly Mix, namely having omitted Bear In Heaven's "Reflection Of You." No offense (none taken). That song's great! Here it comes…   Read Story »