A podcast review of the latest album, Appalachia, from the Ohio-based drone folk project, Osi and The Jupiter.
Idyllic nature-drenched folk.
Steeped in mysticism, Farewell’s amorphous and verdant folk compositions beckon us into an early onset of autumn.
Elegiac are Emily Highfield’s compositions as she effortlessly floats from warm guitar passages to forlorn bogs of blackened malice. Amidst her transitional wafts, she often caresses listeners with witch-like whispers. And in flashes of ember-tinged light, she glides upward, transcending her auditory structures into feverishly blissful twinkles of awe.
Featuring 45 artists across the genres of death, black, and sludge metal, noise, crust, ritual ambient, and neofolk.
Nicholas of NONE discusses the blend of genres, feelings, and energy comprising this solo project of his. He goes into his writing process, what the project represents for him personally, and he also divulges the intriguing notion that NONE is more than just the name of his project, but a deity of his own construction.
In episode twenty-five, we get ensnared within the oozing tech-death miasma of Replicant’s Negative Life. We trek across the majestic medieval expanses conjured on Isegrimm’s Der Herr Von Verona and we suffocate in the pestilent blackened death metal tomb of Mylingar’s Döda Drömmar.
In this album review episode, we chat about recent releases from Zeresh (Sigh for Sight), NewBreed (Law), and Keosz (NO FUTURE: VOL 2).