Emil Amos’ Drifter’s Sympathy: The Dawn & Renaissance Of Home Recording

In addition to his music projects (Holy Sons, Om, Grails, Lilacs & Champagne), the tireless Emil Amos has been cranking out one of the most captivating podcasts of the past few years. With Drifter’s Sympathy, Amos tells “disturbing and often humiliating stories about growing up in a small town in the ‘90s,” while outlining the “birth and trials of the ‘outsider,’ the classic loner archetype in all cultures and literature . . .

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