Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Here's the First Track from the New Howe Gelb Album

Posted By on Wed, Aug 21, 2013 at 5:00 PM

Because he is a terrible person, former Phoenix New Times music editor/current something-or-other at Zia Jason Woodbury has been bragging on Facebook about how much he's been enjoying the new Howe Gelb record, The Coincidentalist, which the rest of us suckers have to wait until November to hear. This doesn't quite soothe my deep jealous anger, but at least we all get to hear “Vortexas" now, which features alt-country weirdo Will Oldham joining Howe.

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