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Slow Culture Magazine. Album reviews, literary critique, eternal wonderment. We’re only in it for the feelings. Music featured this week: Caitlin Pasko, Quiet Weather Fall is our favorite season, and what we love the most in the world is to welcome it with the warmth that’s left from the summer. Caitlin Pasko’s Greenhouse is an […]

Interview of Mr. Husband by Marc Louis-Boyard for their album Songs of Friendship, Songs of Wonderment.jpg

Mr. Husband (Songs of Friendship, Songs of Wonderment, out now) – ITW #23

Mr. Husband is the creative project of Kenny Tompkins, a Maryland-based doer who seems to have only his nurtured curiosity as limit. The album Songs of Friendship, Songs of Wonderment is out now on Yellow K Records. If you happen to be a Slow Culture follower (and we already called the cops if you’re not), […]

Album review of Dolly Birds & Spies by the Cleaners from Venus, written by Marc Louis-Boyard for Slow Culture

Cleaners From Venus, Dolly Birds & Spies – ALBUM REVIEW #22

In these complicated times, Martin Newell and Cleaners From Venus come improve our grey mental landscapes with Dolly Birds & Spies.  If you’re unfamiliar with the band and its past works, Bandcamp wrote in 2018 a comprehensive guide on the topic. No time to read the guide, but still wanting to know what Cleaners from […]

Interview of Samantha Fish by Marc Louis-Boyard for Slow Culture - Picture by Kaelan Barowsky

Samantha Fish (Kill or Be Kind now available) – ITW #18

Blues vocalist and guitarist Samantha Fish released the incredible Kill or Be Kind album in September 2019. Almost nine months after the initial release, the album lost nothing of his attractiveness and cultural value. Since 2016, we interviewed many musicians, from dream pop to jazz to americana to post-punk. You get the idea: blues was terribly […]

Stuck - Change is Bad - Album review by Marc Louis-Boyard for Slow Culture

Stuck, Change Is Bad (out April 3, 2020) – ALBUM REVIEW #20

Excellent news from Born Yesterday Records: Chicago-based post-punk band Stuck releases their first LP Change Is Bad on April 3rd. Our readers know that hate marketing is neither our forte, nor our ambition. We’re here to write about moving art. There’s one problem, though. We don’t know the first thing about post-punk. Okay, we might have posted […]