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XLVIII. The Family Ghost’s new album

Something of an anomaly in the Memphis music community is The Family Ghost, whose challenging¬† music (challenging, at least, to the conservative tastes of Southern audiences … they simply do what they do, with little regard to the end listener) and infrequent performances make them genuinely fascinating artists. To me, at least.

Their second full-length, No Dreams, has been unleashed upon the Internet and it’s worth the two-year wait (an EP, Artifact 2012, preceded it).

Listen to No Dreams and be inspired.