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Nick Schillace ~ Landscape and People / Box Canyon

Nick Schillace ~ Landscape and People / Box Canyon

With all the press about american primitivism and John Fahey I miss one name the most. It's Nick Schillace. I don't know why he remain unmentioned I can only assume that he was a bit too early releasing his solo guitar work. Also his John Fah …
Sean Proper ~ We are Wounds

Sean Proper ~ We are Wounds

Sunshine State Florida is probably one of the least places that comes to mind when you spin some Basho or Fahey records. Proper proved that when he stated in an interview I did with him a year ago: I felt very disconnected from the music …
Daniel Bachman ~ Orange Co. Serenade

Daniel Bachman ~ Orange Co. Serenade

The busiest guitar slinger in business right now is Daniel Bachman and after he got picked up by Tompkin Square Records he shot himself into your dad's favorite radio station (yes, WFMU, but I mean NPR) and several times around the world (if worl …
Daniel Bachman ~ s/t

Daniel Bachman ~ s/t

Daniel Bachman is working hard to stay on top of business. Touring the US, recording a bunch of tracks, touring Europe then back to the US and so on. And in the meantime, while slowley the PR machinery is starting for his next new album on Bathetic R …
Laboule ~ Refugio

Laboule ~ Refugio

Laboule is Paolo Novellino from Northern Italy that means somewhere around the mighty Alps. Robbie Basho's "Rocky Mountain Raga" seemed to change him and he focused again on guitar. Refugio is a relaxed folk album between songs and solo acoustic …
James Tweeddale ~ Passage

James Tweeddale ~ Passage

Fredericksburg, Virginia brought up at least two great and well known guitarists, Daniel Bachman and Jack Rose. The first one is pretty much influenced by the latter one, who is dead - unfortunately. But since solo acoustic guitar music got some more …
dfbm #62 ~ Play For The Spring

dfbm #62 ~ Play For The Spring

Today is Walpurgis Nacht in Europe. Means people are getting drunk and fall into bonfires and shit like that. I stayed at home and collected two handful of songs and then put them in order, hoping it makes a good listening experience. Be prep …
Don Bikoff ~ Hallowed Ground

Don Bikoff ~ Hallowed Ground

2012 and 2013 was the year where so called American Primitive got back in the focus of media attention. Sure, Fahey is timeless and every now and then, there was a guitarist extraordinaire, but in said years, the Tompkins Square Label, well known for …
Nick Castell ~ The Water Margin

Nick Castell ~ The Water Margin

Back in 2010 I found Nick Castell's music on bandcamp and was stunned by his variety of styles and his playing skills, because he seemed so very young. But after an interview I made with him, it was clear how he approached music. As an ethnomusic …

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