Natalie Prass The Future And The Past ATO Records I so loved Natalie Prass’ 2015 self-titled debut. Strong songs, a great voice, clever – quirky – arrangements, but this sense of tradition and adhering to it, conventional song structures; a tremendous collaboration between her and friend, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Matthew E. White.
The Claypool Lennon Delirium Monolith of Phobos ATO Records There is, in the end, nothing at all surprising about this collaboration between Primus’ Les Claypool and John and Yoko’s son, Sean. It sounds like the best bits of the music they’re known for separately. When a track gets too Primus-y, as on Captain Lariat, one […]