Archive for the 'Sun Kil Moon' Category

Thursday, November 5th, 2009

What is it that makes us want to deconstruct art by units of time? Lists. We love making them. We love arguing over them. And here, on the verge of a new decade, we’re in a position to do the same again. What were the best albums of the past ten years? Here at AD, […]

Tuesday, April 29th, 2008

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 is the difference between experiencing it through the lens of a tourist and of that of a native. Off The Record gathers some of my […]

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

With all this talk of Sun Kil Moon’s forthcoming album, April, set to release in a little over two months, we spent part of last weekend re-ingesting a few albums from Mark Kozelek’s existing catalog, including one of our favorites, 2001’s What’s Next To The Moon. Billed as a Kozelek solo album, and released several […]

Saturday, January 12th, 2008

Muzzle of Bees recently tipped us off that Mark Kozelek’s Sun Kil Moon are set to release their next LP, April 1st, via the artist’s own caldo verde records. Appropriately entitled April, you can stream the first single “Moorestown,” off the LP, here. This is welcome news, as Kozelek’s brand of bummed out neo-folk music […]

Thursday, March 29th, 2007

If you just read the above headline and asked yourself, “Wait, a reissue? Didn’t that album just come out a few years ago?” You would indeed be correct, as Sun Kil Moon’s Ghosts of The Great Highway was released in 2003 on Jet Set Records, who apparently dropped the ball and let it go out […]