A Window That Isn’t There – Bill Callahan - Archived

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“A lot of it is subconscious coincidence,” he says. “I think about certain themes in my life and focus on them. That’s what makes a record hold together, because there might be some aspect of a sound or of human nature that I’m thinking about a lot.”

Pitchfork has an excellent article about the ephemeral and elusive Bill Callahan. It’s very much worth a read.

If you’re already familiar with Bill, great. If not, I recommend listening to his track Eid Ma Clack Shaw, the first track on his 2009 album Sometimes I Wish We Were an Eagle, as you read the article.

Mr. Callahan is among my favorite performers.

I wonder if he likes Hummus?

Author: Andrew

The "brains" behind the operation. An absent minded, energetic, and often times overwhelming individual. He is in his early 20s. He discovered how amazing music could be in highschool, and has spent the last several years trying to absorb all of it. When he isn't writing about music, he is slinging code or playing vintage arcade games. Please don't ask him to dance. He doesn't like that.

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