Entries Categorized as 'Art'

Balmorhea – Live in a Little Room. With Angles.

Date November 23, 2009

I found this video today over on Balmorhea’s MySpace page and thought it was pretty cool. If you like neo-classical music with an experimental edge, then you’ll probably like Balmorhea. If you’re not sure, give them a listen. Listening to them makes me feel like i’m in some sort of movie set in an old […]


Date October 9, 2009

Your imprint lingers October, oh October Crisp air, crunching leaves

Behold the Lamb of God: Live at Ashland Avenue Baptist Church

Date August 4, 2009

Last December I had the opportunity to watch Andrew Peterson and a bunch of his friends perform his album Behold the Lamb of God live from start to finish in Richmond.  Andrew has been touring this album every December for the past 4-5 years all across the country, and I hope he continues to for […]

The Grain of Sound

Date June 22, 2009

Here’s a poem I read yesterday that reminded me of Ron Block, the banjo player for Alison Krauss and Union Station and a frequent poster / commentator over at The Rabbit Room. Thought I’d share: The Grain of Sound A banjo maker in the mountains, when looking out for wood to carve an instrument, will […]

New Hammock Music Video on Pitchfork.tv: “Mono No Aware”

Date March 10, 2009

Hammock’s newest music video for “Mono No Aware” off of Maybe They Will Sing For Us Tomorrow is up on the newly redesigned Pitchfork website.  Not surprisingly, it’s beautiful and atmospheric.  🙂  This particular song reminds me a lot of stuff by Max Richter, namely The Blue Notebooks. Watch the video; there’s a reason why Hammock if […]