Author Archives: Rachael Nachtwey

Vashti Bunyan – Heartleap

Warning: Do not pop this CD in while starting your 30 minute commute pre-caffeine fix. You may just fall asleep at the wheel. Its beautiful, but feels like one long hypnotizing lullaby. Bunyan is an English singer/songwriter who … Read More >

Feather-Bright – Feather-Bright

  Is there such a thing as Goth Folk? Because I think this might be it. Feather-Bright’s self-released album includes bits of lovely cello, haunting vocals, then a galvanic bass. In fact, don’t be fooled by the sweet … Read More >

Dead Horses – Space and Time

Vive Wisconsin! Dead Horses, a bluegrass band from Oshkosh, delivers toe-tapping good ole’ country by way of fiddle, mandolin, guitar, double bass and the amazing old soul voice of Sarah Vos, evocative of First Aid Kit’s Klara Soderberg. … Read More >