Both grew up wearing plaid shirts, sporting lumberjack beards and practicing what we might call folk or Americana sound, but they have made their music expand in many other directions through ever-rising careers. They are two tremendously charismatic figures, both essential to understand the American rock of the last decade.
Joshua Michael Tillman is Father John Misty, a musician who after playing drums in Fleet Foxes or releasing several folk albums as J. Tillman, decided in 2012 to embark on a new career that has established him as one of the biggest names in American music. Reformulating the postulates of Harry Nilsson, Nick Drake, Jackson Browne or Fred Neil, and even delving in his latest work, Chloe and the next 20th century (2022), in the fields of music hall, waltz or bossa nova, he now crowns a prodigious decade, furrowed by five sensational albums and overwhelming live performances.
Jake Smith, the real name of the musician behind The White Buffalo, grew up listening to country and punk rock music, heavily influenced by Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen, but soon outgrew the labels. The seven albums he has released so far have seen him dabble in folk, blues and jazz, in songs that are sometimes full of critical references to current social and political issues. His latest album is the tremendous - in every sense - Year Of The Horse (2022).
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