With his “It’s Only Life, That’s All” playlist, Nap Eyes guitarist Brad Loughead created a mix “mainly as a way to occupy myself, [to] get lost in beautiful music and turn my brain off.” It encompasses familiar themes—”of love, mortality, troubled times…’ya know, the light stuff,” but like Nap Eyes’ fourth lp, Snapshot of a Beginner, it achieves a powerful effect by just easing on by.
Lagniappe (la ·gniappe) noun ‘lan-ˌyap,’ — 1. An extra or unexpected gift or benefit. 2. Something given or obtained as a gratuity or bonus. Earlier this year, Nova Scotia quartet Nap Eyes returned […]
Over and over again on Nap Eyes’ third lp I’m Bad Now, songwriter Nigel Chapman owns himself. In album opener “Every Time the Feeling,” he’s a “space case,” a “loser […]
Last summer Paradise of Bachelors introduced the Nova Scotia quartet Nap Eyes to a wider audience with the US release of their debut album, Whine of the Mystic. The band has seemingly grown […]