Punch Brothers — The Phosphorescent Blues — ALBUM REVIEW

The critically acclaimed prog-grass band Punch Brothers just released their 4th album, The Phosphorescent Blues. What happens when they team up with producer T Bone Burnett for a concept album about human connection in the digital age? Watch our review to find out.


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• Progressive, genre-bending rock expressed through instruments often associated with a classic American sound named after a particular Kentucky turf
• Bluegrass meets classical, all the while glowing with hints of modern pop

I Blew It Off, My Oh My

“We lie in bed / The wireless dancing in my head” — Familiarity
“Look at us we’re glowing / Tripping the dark fantastic / Singing the phosphorescent pinks and blues / To beloved tunes / In beloved rooms / I can love it all to distraction / With this” — Little Lights

Derek: 4/5
Kevin: 3/5


Punch Brothers — The Phosphorescent Blues — ALBUM REVIEW
Episode #117 — Published 2/2/15


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RandyHooHa says:

Thank you, gentlemen, for another smart and entertaining review. 

Go Bucks says:

can you please at least pronounce the names right?! Jesus!

Tierney Heisinger says:

Thile is pronounced like “Theelee.” Good try, though.

CriterionCafe says:

Good Job guys! Really liked the review. Although I’d say “Familiarity” is a key track for me, it blew me away. Wondering if you guys will review Andrew Bird’s great new album. Definitely subscribed

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