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Red River Dialect: Broken Stay Open Sky (PoB-039)

The London-based band (with Cornish roots) brings a windswept energy and daylight to a contemplative, gorgeously rendered suite of songs about inhabiting the landscape, and our bodies, in joy and pain alike. "Radiates a beaming light ... it feels like a burden lifted." – NPR Music Read More

Gun Outfit: Out of Range (PoB-036)

Like a stone eroded by years in the arroyo, Gun Outfit’s “Western expanse” aesthetic has become gradually smoother. Their fifth LP ranks as their most brutally beautiful statement yet. “Cactus-chewing, smoke-signaled rock music that perpetually rolls towards sundown... cowboy poetry swirled in honky-tonk postmodernism” – NPR Music Read More

The Weather Station: The Weather Station (PoB-035)

On her fourth album, Tamara Lindeman reinvents her acclaimed songcraft, framing her precisely detailed prose-poem narratives in bolder musical settings. It’s her most emotionally candid statement to date, a work of profound urgency & artistic generosity. “Few songwriters capture these subtle moments with such fluidity” – Pitchfork Read More

James Elkington: Wintres Woma (PoB-034)

Drawing from British folk, avant-rock, and jazz traditions alike, Wintres Woma—Old English for “the sound of winter”—is Elkington’s debut solo record, but you’ve likely heard his work with Jeff Tweedy, Richard Thompson, Steve Gunn, Michael Chapman, & Joan Shelley. “The guitar king… already a visionary in his own right” – The Fader Read More
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PoB in Uncut Magazine's Year-End Issue.

PoB in Uncut Magazine’s Year-End Issue.

Uncut Magazine’s year-end issue is now out in the world, featuring a trio of PoB artists that they have graciously included on their list of the 75 best albums of 2017: Jake Xerxes Fussell (#44), Michael Chapman (#29), and The Weather Station (#4), the latter of which also gets an in-depth six-page feature by Jason Anderson entitled “The Quiet Storm.” Many thanks to Uncut for the kind words.

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Red River Dialect Announce Broken Stay Open Sky + Share "Kukkuripa" via NPR.

Red River Dialect Announce Broken Stay Open Sky + Share “Kukkuripa” via NPR.

The London-based band (with Cornish roots) brings a windswept energy and daylight to a contemplative, gorgeously rendered suite of songs about inhabiting the landscape, and our bodies, in joy and pain alike. This is the band’s most ambitious and emotionally affecting work to date: atmospheric but deeply rooted, equally concerned with investigating the concrete and the cosmic, both quiet details of the everyday and looming matters of faith. 

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The Weather Station Performs Live on q on CBC.

The Weather Station Performs Live on q on CBC.

A few weeks back, The Weather Station played an intimate live performance, with strings, on CBC Radio’s q. Now, the video evidence has surfaced! Feast your eyes and ears on these versions of the three singles from her self-titled album.

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