Cass McCombs

Cass McCombs shares meditative new song ‘The Wine Of Lebanon’

The singer describes the track as "about ritual offerings to the departed and wine as allegory for life"

Cass McCombs – ‘Mangy Love’ Album Review

Cass McCombs is walking down an alleyway and he finds a dead girl naked inside an icebox. He walks on, through black clouds of...

Cass McCombs shares new track ‘Medusa’s Outhouse’

Lifted from singer's new album 'Mangy Love'

Cass McCombs – ‘A Folk Set Apart: B-sides, Rarities & Space Junk, ETC’

Cass McCombs released ‘I Cannot Lie’ on seven-inch vinyl in 2003; on the sleeve was a close-up photograph of a bare foot stood on...

Cass McCombs – ‘Big Wheel And Others’

Beyond the fact that it contains 19 songs (plus three interludes featuring an inane but quite sweet chat with a small boy), there’s nothing...

Cass McCombs – ‘Love Thine Enemy’

Cass’ second-of-two 2011 albums ‘Humor Risk’ was at its best when he was just kicking back and writing dumb sarcastic pop songs with about...

Cass McCombs announces UK tour for 2012 – ticket details

The singer songwriter will play four UK shows in March

Album Review: Cass McCombs – ‘Humor Risk’

‘Humor Risk’ is Cass McCombs’ second release in six months but, though a little bit of quality control could have been employed (namely chopping...

Album Review: Cass McCombs – ‘Wit’s End’

‘The Lonely Doll’ is the second track on Cass McCombs’ sixth album of miserable American folk, and a song that acts as a key...

Cass McCombs announces tour dates

Outing will support release of 'Catacombs'
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