Yumi Zouma | EP III

With of of the best dream-pop album’s of 2017 (Willowbank) Yumi Zouma return with EP III Yumi Zouma returns with EP III, completing the trilogy they started with EPs I and II. This new collection finds the international act stronger than ever, sculpting effortless atmospheres, winsome hooks and stadium-ready finishes. EP III is out digitally on September 28th, and will be released on 10″ vinyl November … Continue reading Yumi Zouma | EP III

World on Sticks | Sam Phillips

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With her first new album since 2013’s Push Any Button , Sam Phillips returns with World on Sticks.  The album releases 9/28/2018. With big drums and beautiful strings, Sam Phillips conjured up her 10th studio album, World on Sticks…. Sam’s band – Jay Bellerose (drums), Jennifer Condos (bass), and Eric Gorfain (multi-instrumentalist/arranger) – is joined by special guests Jon Brion (bass/guitar), Chris Bruce… Continue reading World on Sticks | Sam Phillips

The Unlikely Endurance of Christian Rock | The New Yorker

The New Yorker is an unlikely place to find an article on the subject of Christian Rock. (Much like the title of another album by Larry Norman.) The genre has been disdained by the church and mocked by secular culture. That just reassured practitioners that they were rebels on a righteous path. via The Unlikely Endurance of Christian Rock | The New Yorker Continue reading The Unlikely Endurance of Christian Rock | The New Yorker