Review – The Eternal – Witness to an Execution

The Eternal’s Witness To An Execution is an album that invites repeated listens. Self-described as lo-fi instrumental bedroom music, The Eternal’s album washes over the listener and functions as a more involved type of ambient listen. Fingerpicked guitar and the sound of an apparent pedal steel and/or bends provide a narrative throughout a dreamlike record.…

Review – Chernaya Lentochka – Primus

Chernaya Lentochka’s album Primus provides hopeful post-punk energy without feeling overwhelming. Maybe the language barrier is preventing me from hearing the true meaning of these songs, but sonically Primus feels like a positive record. Granted, positive by my standards is Count Vronsky and Anna Karenina’s relationship, so I’m a little biased. I’m admittedly unfamiliar with…