You won't find Eric Wollo on many end caps in Borders or Barnes & Noble, but the Spotted Peccary composer is one of the most underrated new age musicians of the last decade. His work, particularly on Emotional Landscape, is deep and yearning, filled with color and feeling. This is music that stretches out and really expands without losing a sense of gravity, particularly on tracks like "Mountain Beach."
By Philip Sherburne on 12.22.14 in Features
"If you want to know what song made me feel most alive this year, that’s easy."
By Louis Pattison on 12.22.14 in Features
On becoming a father and being allergic to sentimentality
By Michaelangelo Matos on 12.18.14 in Features
Michaelangelo Matos picks the 10 DJ sets that defined 2014.
By Jamie Ludwig on 12.09.14 in Reviews
While many music lovers have spent fall buzzing about the first new Faith No More album in 18 years arriving in 2015, another noteworthy project of FNM's Mike Patton has simmered below the radar of the mainstream music c...