Emeralds is an American avant rock trio from Cleveland, Ohio, consisting of John Elliott, Steve Hauschildt and Mark McGuire.
Emeralds in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 03.01.2013
Just To Feel Anything
The Emeralds are still a tiny bit annoying. Not as much as they used to, though. On their tenth album, the trio also has wonderfully dreamy melodies to offer.
Music − Review | posted 04.11.2011
And what are the gods up to? They’re going and going on and on. In the case of Mark McGuire, this means they’re looping and layering and looping and layering.
Music − Review | posted 12.07.2011
News from the universe of the Emeralds: After Mark McGuire, now John Elliot presents his skills aside his band. It’s a synths-sound that’s hard to resist.
Music − Review | posted 20.06.2011
A Young Person's Guide To
Mark McGuire presents his first body of work: A Young Person’s Guide To combines 2 Â½ hours of carefully selected solo-material from the years 2007-2010, the artist being only 24 years of age.
Music − Interview | posted 27.04.2021
Sonic history lesson
»The American Negro« marks the beginning of a new chapter in Adrian Younge’s work. It is more frontal, more politically charged, and more self-assured. He wants to teach. We had the opportunity for an in-depth interview.
Music − Column | posted 19.04.2021
Gil Scott-Heron – Pieces Of A Man (1971)
He was called the “Godfather of Hip Hop” because he wrote about drugs, racism and the Divided States of America. Gil Scott-Heron’s most successful album is now 50 years old – and more timely than ever.
Music − Review | posted 30.04.2021
Al Comienzo Del Camino
After 35 years, »Al Comienzo Del Camino« by Venezuelan electronic pioneer Vinicio Adames has been reissued.
Music − Review | posted 22.04.2021
Nobody knows exactly who is behind Ssiege. One thing is clear: five new tracks have now been released on Knekelhuis under the title »Meteora«.
Music − News | posted 06.04.2021
Exclusive Edition: »Terrain«
»Terrain« is the name of the new album by the British jazz musicians Portico Quartet, announced for 28 May. A green vinyl edition will be available exclusively from HHV Records.