Category Archives: Dream Reviews

Items in this category are imaginary reviews of not-yet-heard albums.

Marijn van Kreij and Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Go Folks Go, Catalog & Flexi 7”, 2016

Boy has it been awhile since I wrote about Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, and I’m glad this art book thing came along to inspire me to write it up. Maybe soon I’ll get back into writing up everything else from 2016. … Continue reading

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Homesick Hank feat. Mary Gauthier/Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Believe/Leave It Behind 7″, 2015

Homesick Hank are described on Discogs as a “Danish Americana Band” and they certainly have it down pat, because they do sound more American than Danish, though on their website you’ll find the descriptor “Nordicana” being used to describe their … Continue reading

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Contact Field Orchestra, Vol. 1, 2013

So I recently discovered Sly Vinyl, a website dedicated to pulling together, from labels around the world, information about limited release runs of vinyl albums. The first thing I discovered late January 2014 was this album by the “Contact Field … Continue reading

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Bob Dylan, Tempest, 2012

Tempest is Dylan’s 35thth studio album as they say, and what a beauty. The thrill is in hearing such a cross-sectional hodgepodgian mishmash of eclectic ways to say ‘Dylanesque pastiche.’ Like the surface of the earth, he’s all over the place—congo … Continue reading

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