Pop Down the Years

Posted in Dancing about architecture on February 12th, 2008 by bill

I am pleased and proud to report that after many years, my old coffee-drinking buddy Knox Bronson has completed his first full-length vocal album, Pop Down the Years. Knox’s sound is hard to pin down. Certainly he is influenced by the greats of the last few decades—The Beatles, Donovan, David Bowie, Eno, Kraftwerk—but in his hands it all becomes something else again, less a fusion of pop, electronic music, and art-rock than a suggestion that these distinctions were artificial to begin with.
But why should I blather on? Writing about music, after all, is like dancing about architecture.

You can hear some songs on his MySpace page:


or on his Web site:


or buy the digital download on Amazon: