Will Oldham plays Leonard Cohen

Will Oldham aka Bonnie “Prince” Billy covers Leonard Cohen’s “Hunter’s Lullaby”. Will Oldham is a musician and actor living in Louisville, Kentucky. Since 1993, he has released over twenty albums as Palace Brothers, Palace Music, Palace Songs, and the pseudonym under which he has recorded for the past seventeen years, Bonnie “Prince” Billy. As an… More

Bonnie “Prince” Billy

Bonnie “Prince” Billy sings Hank Williams and two traditional folk songs, the second acapella, in this beautiful session recorded in Louisville, Kentucky. More

Lewis & Clarke

On the precipice of his band’s latest release, “Triumvirate”, Lewis & Clarke’s founder and front man Lou Rogai covers Lee Clayton’s song “Silver Stallion” in an abandoned Pennsylvanian chapel. More

Jenn Rawling & Basho Parks

Channeling ghosts from the vastness of the west, Jenn and Basho stripped it down to record this three-song Clarity session. Earnest, with a rusted sweetness, the tracks find these musicians at their finest and most resonant.

St Salvia

St Salvia records a three-song session for our series. More

Mountain Sounds

The gentlemen from Mountain Sounds sat down in separate continents to record this exclusive Fogged Clarity session. More

Bryan Laurier

Musician Bryan Laurier sits down to play three acoustic tracks, one of which, “All of My Heart is Burning,” has never been released. More

Jeff Beam

Musician Jeff Beam records three strange and lovely acoustic tracks for this exclusive Fogged Clarity Session. More

Jeffrey Paul Lupo

“With such mayhem, lay your body down.” Jeff plays three tracks for his Fogged Clarity session. More

Al James of Dolorean

Dolorean’s Al James grabs his guitar and records a stirring acoustic session for the Clarity. More

Jason Quever of Papercuts

Jason Quever gets out his Macbook, strips it down to the bone, and obliges us by recording two songs with just guitar and vocals. More

Say Hi

Say Hi’s Eric Elbogen strips it down and plays three tracks from his latest release, “Um, Uh Oh.” More

White Pines

White Pines’ frontman Joseph Scott visits our studio in Grand Haven to record four tracks from his latest album, “The Falls.” More

January 2011

As we leave 2010, I can’t help but reflect upon how my conception of art and the overall aesthetic of Fogged Clarity have shifted over the past two years. When we began this project, the unifying theme behind the journal was to publish work that was a response to, or expression of, hurt. I recognize… More

The Great Unknown

The Great Unknown sits down in our Grand Haven studio for an acoustic singalong. More

The Red River

A must listen. The Red River strips it down and plays three gorgeous acoustic tracks for an exclusive Fogged Clarity Session. The Red River’s debut L.P., Little Songs About The Big Picture is December’s featured album, and can be listened to in its entirety on the Clarity all month long. More