The artistic style of Roger Sellers is widely accessible. Imagine folk-dance-americana-electric-symphonic fusion, where Philip Glass, Sufjan Stevens, and Joanna Newson all groove to late night ambient house music in George Martin’s livingroom.
Three years, two EPs and one album since his Siberian sojourn, Keith Birthday of Norwegian Arms has turned his focus away from the confines of his tiny apartment in the Taiga which largely informed the songs on Wolf Like a Stray Dog. That doesn't mean that the sunny folk music generated by his time in Tomsk, Russia has become any less relevant, or that the sound has changed drastically.
Salesman is a group of gentlemen from plains states now making songs in Texas when they let madness go in certain directions which they know to be useful and then work it over by playing and saying what they feel and being in full which has taken time and doing and more doing to understand.
The Hot Pentecostals are ripsnorting buckshots who make music like some other lo-fi countryish dirty rock bands you may listen to, with the exception that the Hot Pentecostals do it better because the music is covered in the blood of Christ and washed down with a valium and a couple of well whiskies.