Tag: Ryley Walker
Ryley Walker, “Course in Fable”
Walker’s latest is a powerful record of prog and jamming and lyrics that are just clever enough to not be silly.
10 Artists We Won’t Forgive You for Missing at Levitation 2019
Austin’s annual psych-rock fest is full of big names—but you’re dead to us if you miss these ones.
Circuit des Yeux, “Reaching for Indigo”
Though it’s her most accessible album to date, “Reaching for Indigo” continues in Haley Fohr’s mission of experimentalism and self-expression.
In Conversation: With a Sullen Mind (and Free WiFi) Ryley Walker Cares for You
The Chicago folk-jazz guitarist talks the ups and downs of touring and how the city of Chicago influenced his new record, “Golden Sings That Have Been Sung.”
PREMIERE: Health&Beauty Declare the RNC, Power Games “No Scare”
Ryley Walker’s Primrose Green band flexes their own muscles.
Ryley Walker, “Primrose Green”
Every track on singer-songwriter Ryley Walker’s sophomore LP evokes a vivid setting of pristine pastoral beauty.
Sound Board: The Week’s Best Tracks
This was a big week for excellent tracks from innovative solo artists (Matthew E. White, Waxahatchee, Nedelle Torrisi, Ryley Walker) and energetic newcomers (California X),…