City & Colour, a side project of ex-Alexisonfire songwriter Dallas Green, is beginning to resemble a career in its own right. Little Hell is the third album to have appeared under the City & Colour flag of convenience and is a notably restless work, exhibiting Green’s affection for Neil Young-heavy rock ‘n’ roll (“Weightless”, “Natural Disaster”) alongside the sort of flighty acoustic ballads that give his tremulous, Jeff Buckley-ish voice space to soar (“Northern Wind”, “O’Sister”). Best of all is his splitting of that difference on opening track “We Found Each Other in the Dark,” a lapsteel-laced wonder that recalls Drive-By Truckers at their more stately.
By Annie Zaleski on 10.14.14 in Reviews
The members of stark folk duo You+Me — pop superstar P!nk and Dallas Green from dusty roots rockers City and Colour — might seem like a mismatch. However, the pair has quite a bit of musical history: P!nk joined City and...
By Laura Leebove on 10.15.14 in Features
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By David Grossman on 09.09.14 in Reviews
It's no secret Justin Townes Earle would rather be in New York. When he moved to the city in 2011, he told Interview: "New York has always had a love for Southern artists. There's no place else that makes me feel like th...
By Ryan Reed on 02.27.14 in Reviews
Bombay Bicycle Club's fourth LP opens with the aptly "Overdone," a brilliantly confused sonic clusterfuck of Bollywood strings, trashy hip-hop drums, and blaring synth-bass. "I keep the world awake to be asleep," sings f...