Director Ethan Payne’s From the Edge of America documentary that captures the cosmic rapport between Lonnie Holley and the late Richard Swift, two men separated by decades in age, but united in spirit. Documenting the studio sessions that produced the National Freedom EP, this short form documentary offers an intimate look at two creative forces united in song.
Richard Swift was no stranger to singing about death. “Everyone knows when they’re gonna die,” he crooned, nearly a decade ago . Though absurdist comedy often obscured the fact, death loomed over many of Swift’s best […]
Humid funk out there, but we’re keeping cool. You are tuned into the July edition of the Aquarium Drunkard Transmissions podcast, our monthly series of interviews, features, and audio esoterica. On […]
Richard Swift, songwriter, producer, visual artist, and genuine American weirdo, has passed. A prolific producer and sideman — known for his work with Damien Jurado, the Shins, the Black Keys/Dan […]
“Hey, buddy. I saw you leaning on my car.” Hey kids, Richard Swift just sent this over – a new 54-minute mix for Aquarium Drunkard sourced from his personal 45 collection, laid down at National Freedom Studios in Cottage Grove, OR.
Richard Swift dropped this number on his blog earlier today, a track he recorded in response to having a cast removed from a broken finger. A man of many musical hats, we […]
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Off The Record is a recurring feature, here on the Drunkard, that marries two of my greatest interests; music and travel. Having a locals perspective when visiting a new locale […]