We Used To Think The Freeway Sounded Like A River

I don’t care who you are, come up with an album title like that and you get a free pass.

But then, we were always well disposed to Richmond...

This article is now part of the hotpress.com archive. To access this article you need to subscribe to hotpress.com for the bargain price of €20 or be a subscriber to Hot Press Magazine. The hotpress.com archive has over 40,000 articles in it, growing at well over 500 a month. Not only that, but you get special 'member's cds' for €10, discounts on all hotpress related products and exclusive promotions. hotpress.com also has thousands of articles and pieces of content that are free to access to anyone, including it's latest music news, photo galleries, web exclusive interviews.

To join click HERE.

To subscribe to Hot Press, hotpress.com & The Hot Press iPad Edition for just €69.95 go here

To learn more about hotpress.com member benefits, go to HERE

 

Related Articles

$87 And A Guilty Conscience

By the end of the album you’re ready to get into the car with Vlautin to go and raise ill-advised hell. Lovely gritty stuff.

Read More

Thirteen Cities

What Richmond Fontaine have in common with Jim White is an ability to contrast traditional songcraft and bar band chops with near ambient sounds.

Read More

Drinking from the Fontaine of knowledge

The dark side of the American dream is wrenchingly evoked by Oregon alternative country crew Richmond Fontaine.

Read More
 

Advertise With Us


For information including benefits, key facts, figures and rates for advertising with Hot Press, click below

Advertise

Find us elsewhere