The blurb on the back of Judah Johnson's Flameshovel long-player Be Where I Be boasts of "an imaginary place where the roots of Jamaican dub and the ruined futurism of '70s Berlin meet." Huh? Maybe in a Wim Wenders movie, but not quite here. What the listener gets hold of first is polished and beautifully written, arranged, and played indie rock. ... Read More

Be Where I Be 2006, Flameshovel

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