Three years on, The Palace revisits the death of Geneviève Castrée through the lens of the Mount Eerie tetralogy, the recording artist’s four moving LPs marking her death, and his life beyond.
LAKE return with a new album conjured from another time. A feast of songs (tracks with lyrics, and bonus instrumental versions) from a halcyon age when anything was possible (with grit, a few friends, and all the time in the world).
A Palace essential, Tombstones In their Eyes, and their latest retrospective, “Collection.” Five years of songs remastered and expanded: the starlight and the moonlight revealed anew.
The Palace returns to the place where LA’s Tombstones set sail, and the pleasures of seeing into their private world of songwriting.
An acoustic, modern-classic record from a road-dog band that strips bare the question: do we fight on or do we run. Answer: we fight!
The Palace reaches out to Nick Rennis (The Business) for his thoughts on blaming musicians for not making enough money to live on in the age of pandemic and music-streaming services.
Multi-instrumentalist Gillian Frances releases her first full-length LP on Decency Den. She shares a few thoughts with The Palace from her home on Guemes Island.
R. Turner is back, and just might have created his finest solo EP to date.
The Palace turns one year old this month.