Posts Tagged: Cam Butler

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Rock and Post-Rock

This year’s chart is dominated by rock and post-rock, in particular the Constellation roster, represented by an amazing four out of ten releases.  No wonder it was our Label of the Year.  But there’s plenty more to be found here,

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Rock and Post-Rock

This year’s chart is dominated by rock and post-rock, in particular the Constellation roster, represented by an amazing four out of ten releases.  No wonder it was our Label of the Year.  But there’s plenty more to be found here,

Cam Butler ~ Find Your Love

Find Your Love is the most heroic-sounding album I’ve heard all year.  Cam Butler‘s music conjures images of frontiersmen and explorers venturing into the great unknown, six-guns at their sides, ready to fight hordes of enemies on their way to unknown territories.

Cam Butler ~ Find Your Love

Find Your Love is the most heroic-sounding album I’ve heard all year.  Cam Butler‘s music conjures images of frontiersmen and explorers venturing into the great unknown, six-guns at their sides, ready to fight hordes of enemies on their way to unknown territories.

ACL 2012: Music for Synagogues & Cathedrals

The music of organized religion is often bland when it has no right to be.  The subject matter is the breadth of life, from the heights of heaven and depths of hell to unknowable mysteries, hallowed understandings, and transcendent awe.

ACL 2012: Music for Synagogues & Cathedrals

The music of organized religion is often bland when it has no right to be.  The subject matter is the breadth of life, from the heights of heaven and depths of hell to unknowable mysteries, hallowed understandings, and transcendent awe.

Cam Butler ~ Save My Soul

Australian guitarist Cam Butler (Coralinas, Silver Ray) has always had a soft spot for strings.  Dark Times (Symphony No. 2) was heavy on orchestral elements, but also contained a huge helping of atmospheric post-rock.  The direct follow-up, Save My Soul

Cam Butler ~ Save My Soul

Australian guitarist Cam Butler (Coralinas, Silver Ray) has always had a soft spot for strings.  Dark Times (Symphony No. 2) was heavy on orchestral elements, but also contained a huge helping of atmospheric post-rock.  The direct follow-up, Save My Soul