Tag: Charlie Peacock
January 19, 2021
December 4, 2020
Don’t you hate it when an amazing band releases one stellar album and then disappears off the map leaving virtually no trace whatsoever? That’s more or less what happened to Minnesota’s The Swoon. This intelligent, artsy, literate (one of the band’s song titles is a Dante reference) band made up one third of Christian jangle-pop’s ‘holy trinity’ (also including The Throes and The Walk). Their debut album was released on Narrowpath Records, in conjunction with Refuge (the obscure indie label also released such classics as debuts by Breakfast with Amy and The Crucified), and was made up of two earlier cassette-only demos, ben son, ben son Beatrice and Neverland, the latter of which was produced by Charlie Peacock.… Continued →
October 2, 2012
Charlie Peacock's "No Man's Land" is a tour de force, check out the reivew.
February 21, 2011
Acoustic country-folk from Joy Williams and John Paul White. Produced by Charlie Peacock, this record is going places.