You never know what you might find wedged in the floorboards of an old train. From The Helium Age, coming September 30, 2016.
Arms of Kismet Dances “On the Tracks”
“Thank you for listening to this song / If it’s any good, I’m wrong.” Gilbert Neal has a gift for earworms, assuming you see earworms as a gift, and this song is no exception. Once it curls up in your ear, it will burrow into your heart and feet… and probably your internal organs. You’re welcome. From...
Gilbert Neal is sardonic, humane, obsessed. He is the kind of artist we sometimes call the empathetic misanthrope — one who loves the world so fiercely he almost seems to hate it. And that is entertaining and inspiring. We met Gilbert in 2013, right after he released his fourth independent album, Dirty Red Pagan. Instead of “migrating” the CD to...
There is a time-honored tradition of pop artists kvetching about the state of pop-music radio — Elvis Costello’s “Radio, Radio,” George Harrison’s “Devil’s Radio,” the Replacements’ “Left of the Dial.” Now there’s a fresh entry from our own Gilbert Neal, who suggests radio could be more adventurous… and he’s got a point. The new...
What happens when you dunk a funky groove in a bath of Nietzschean philosophy? You get the new Gilbert Neal album, THE MAYOR OF ESTES PARK. Coming from Wampus on July 1, 2016.