Hiss Golden Messenger :: Lateness of Dancers

Since the dawn of the Great Recession, M.C. Taylor has emerged as one of America’s most potent songwriters. Formerly of hardcore outfit Ex-Ignota and alt-country band The Court and Spark, Taylor’s recordings under the Hiss Golden Messenger banner have chronicled his move from California to North Carolina, discussing his fatherhood, the duty of work, and mysteries of faith along the way. He’s tackled such big concerns over the course of five full-lengths, immersing himself in ancient American musical idioms — folk, blues, gospel and country, while folding in textural ideas garnered from a deep . . .

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