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  • PHOSPHORESCENT Working as Phosphorescent, Matthew Houck has developed a hazy, slightly rural sound that could pass for alt-country if his songs weren't so sluggish and shapeless.

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  • Those who don't appreciate the more maudlin extremes of country's tear-and-beer-soaked wallows might want to avoid this one, because Houck (who performs under the name Phosphorescent) brings out the rickety booze-addled side of Willie's enormous repertoire, skirting the more well-known tunes of his catalog and ruminating instead on the slow songs about being sad and broken.

    New Haven Advocate: News

  • Brazos is spearheaded by Martin Crane, who often performs solo to test out new material for the band (most recently at the WOXY BBQ last month), and when we checked in with him prior to that shindig, he informed us that a new album titled Phosphorescent Blues is scheduled for release on November 10th on

    Austinist

  • Where 'A City Just As Tall 'was thoughtful and eccentric but also conventionally catchy,' Phosphorescent 'eschews traditional verse-chorus-verse structure for a hypnotic sound with purposefully repetitive rhythms and poetic lyricism.

    Austin360 - XL Headlines

  • Phosphorescent, the working name of singer-songwriter Matthew Houck from Athens, Ga., had a low-key authority that he displayed throughout his band's satisfying Sunday morning show.

    Coachella Highlights a New Era of Music

  • For the nearly 100 participants (Phosphorescent, Amazing Baby and Tracy Bonham among them) and festival volunteers who will have access to specialists of their request this weekend and after, it's preventative medicine.

    Alexandra Marvar: Artists Barter for Health Care at the First O+ Festival

  • Phosphorescent, On tourThere's a lot to be said for writing your own job description.

    This week's new live music

  • Keane release "Night Train" while neo-folkie Phosphorescent delivers "Here's to Taking It Easy."

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  • Phosphorescent had its van stolen, then they got it back.

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  • - Update: Remember when we mentioned that alt-country crooners Phosphorescent had their van stolen?

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