Father John Misty (Musicians)
Father John Misty (Joshua Tilman, b. 1981) is an American singer and songwriter from Baltimore, Maryland. From 2001 to 2004 he was member of Saxon Shore and from 2008 to 2012 member of the Fleet Foxes.
Father John Misty in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 28.05.2012
Father John Misty
A little bit of Bonnie »Prince« Billie, a few references to Neil Young and Leonard Cohen. Joshua Tillmann has emancipated from Fleet Foxes.
Music − Review | posted 04.04.2021
Hope Is The Sister Of Despair
First released in 2013, »Hope Is The Sister Of Despair« by Niko Tzoukmanis has now been reissued in an slightly expanded version on Libreville.
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 − News | posted 15.02.2021
Exclusive Edition: »Bring Backs«
Alfa Mist releases “Bring Backs”, his most sophisticated album to date, on April 23. Exclusively at HHV Records the record is available in a limited Peach Vinyl Edition.
Music − News | posted 01.03.2021
Exclusive Edition: »Rare Forever«
Leon Vynehall releases his new album »Rare Forever« on Ninja Tune on April 30. It is available exclusively from HHV Records in a special colour vinyl edition.
Music − Column | posted 21.03.2021
Yellow Magic Orchestra – BGM (1981)
Cues for the future: on their fourth album, »BGM«, the synth wizards of Yellow Magic Orchestra drafted background music for generations to come.