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It's been a while since we've heard from the Brooklyn-via-Denver instrumental psych combo Woodsman, but they've got a new song coming out soon through the digital music journal Singles Club. Along…   Read Story »
Brooklyn-via-Denver psych warriors Woodsman will put out a cassingle called "All Tangled Up" in October, and today we've got the blown-out A-side "All Tangled Up." It's a big-sounding, mostly…   Read Story »
Of all the Area Codes we've done so far, Denver is the biggest city, so it's probably not a surprise that it has one of the richer histories of anything in the series. Before the jam band craze of…   Read Story »
Don't you love Christmas music? I'm Jewish so mostly it makes me feel like I'm in a mall. But don't you love malls? I've been trying to get my daughter to listen to The Nutcracker, and that's been…   Read Story »
Denver psych warlocks Woodsman supply a new song and a corresponding video for "Parallel Minds" that doesn't pull too far away from their aesthetic; it's a pretty hazy, shape-shifting deal. Check it…   Read Story »
It takes a modicum of gall in a post-Sunny Day Real Estate world to name a song "In Circles," but here is Woodsman with just such an MP3 and gall in tow. The two-drummer/two-guitarist attack set…   Read Story »
Back again with another monthly mix which, per its title, you should continue to expect monthly. We're glad you guys enjoyed the last installment, and thoroughly appreciate the feedback. In case you…   Read Story »
Colorado's Woodsman grow deeper and more expansive with each dispatch. I was also going to say "darker," but "Insects," the looping opening track from their forthcoming sophomore album Rare Forms,…   Read Story »
I've referred to Woodsman as dark and expansive more than once. The Denver group, in turn, refer to nature, Stan Brakhage, and the '70s improv recordings of Miles Davis. It's all also implied in…   Read Story »
Woodsman is a dark, expansive psychedelic quartet from Denver. Again and again they remind me of walking into the Princeton Record Exchange back in the day and buying an unknown album just because…   Read Story »