Review: Dire Wolves – Paradisaical Minds

Although the primary sounds of this album stem from rock and jazz, the music doesn’t grate your ears or become tiresome; instead it invites you to buckle up on a journey through astral jazz, space and time. These pieces do not adhere to the orthodox time restrictions of a three minute and thirty second long…

EP Review: Reighnbeau – Slight

The latest EP from the long-running Albuquerque music project Reighnbeau – consisting solely of Colleen Johnson (Flying Circles, Silver Shadows) and Madeline Johnston (Midwife, Sister Grotto) – is a shimmering collaboration. It is not just that, though – it is an ambiguous and intriguing mosaic of dream pop and electro-folk, which simultaneously skirts the edges…