February 14th, 2011 | Published in Blog
Those of you who have been kicking around message boards and community forums for a little while may remember the Barbelith Underground, a now sadly defunct/barely functioning reflection of its glorious former self. In years to come it might be recognised as something truly unique/influential… these days it’s a bit of a sad ghost town.
There are, however, at least three excellent music related offshoots; former member Tanner Servoss writes about his love of experimental and improvised music on the Aphid Hair blog; Ben Haggar plumbs the depths of pop, punk and rock’n’roll at Stereo Sanctity; and Stephen Grasso traces the influence of the Voodoo religion throughout the history of recorded music in Clean Living in Difficult Circumstances. All come very highly recommended.