Receiving the Evcharist: Twilight Fauna and Cherry Jane Sour Ale

Receiving the Evcharist is our weekly feature where we pair choice albums with our favorite libations.  Drink from the cup of heresy.  This week’s offering: Twilight Fauna’s Where Birds Sing My Name and Lagunitas Brewing Company’s Cherry Jane.  

Album Review: Twilight Fauna/Evergreen Refuge – “Procession of the Equinox”

Over the course of a few albums you begin to take the measure of a band by the steps they take on their musical path.  Some bands are explorers, never content with where they were, always looking to try something…

Album Review: Twilight Fauna – “The Year the Stars Fell”

Push away the tags, move past the labels and niches of “Appalachian metal” and “black/neofolk” that have been used to describe Twilight Fauna and artist Paul Ravenwood over the years. The concept of music recalling and communicating a sense of…

Best of 2016: Paul Ravenwood from Twilight Fauna

Today we have the pleasure of featuring a Best of 2016 list from Twilight Fauna‘s mastermind Paul Ravenwood. These lists are always fun but having the opportunity to see what an artist of Paul’s caliber has been listening to and subsequently…

Profile: Paul Ravenwood of Twilight Fauna, Green Elder, Arête and Ravenwood Recordings

Paul Ravenwood (aka “Moonshine”) is the brains, brawn and everything in between behind Twilight Fauna, Green Elder and Arête. He’s also involved in a number of other projects. He’s a person that is inseparabely connected with the planet we live…