Articles by: Brice Ezell
Over the course of No-Man’s six studio recordings, singer/songwriter Tim Bowness wrote some of the most poignant lyrics in the realm of modern music. With multi-instrumentalist and progressive rock legend Steven Wilson backing his minimalist, ...
On Mutineers, David Gray’s first release in four years, the problem is not that he has left the building, but rather that he is lost down a better forgotten corridor. With 2005’s Life in Slow ...
"Cusp of Eternity" probably won't appeal to the band's early fans, but it's another step in their fascinating sonic journey.
What 'A Dotted Line,' Nickel Creek’s first studio LP in nine years, made clear in CD format is even truer live: This trio hasn't lost a step.
unlike '’Round the Sun’'s nauseating cover art, this is a smooth ride through and through.
Brice Ezell puts a spotlight on Elliott's overlooked 'Songs' trilogy.