AltWeeklies Wire

Eyes Wide Open: Blind Pilot Really Sees the Roadnew

For touring bands, a bicycle may not be the optimal form of transportation, but for Blind Pilot, riding velos and seeking adventure along the West Coast sent them soaring down the fast track to success.
Boise Weekly  |  Mathias Morache  |  07-08-2009  |  Profiles & Interviews

Blind Pilot Makes Soft Music Out of Chatternew

Any duo who can cart around all of their equipment on bicycles obviously plays stripped-down music; Blind Pilot's sound is acoustic-guitar-focused folk-pop, with sparse, quiet drums. Their music is so essentially simple and so immediately loved by many because of that resonance of bareness.
Tucson Weekly  |  Annie Holub  |  04-02-2009  |  Reviews

The Rise of Blind Pilotnew

To think, less than six months ago most of us were unaware of Blind Pilot. There was no 3 Rounds and a Sound (their staggeringly gorgeous debut, which is primed to top many a year-end best-of list), no bike lanes traversed by their peddle-powered tours, and no ensemble cast of musicians.
The Portland Mercury  |  Ezra Ace Caraeff  |  12-12-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

Blind Pilot Knows Your Story, Without Even Lookingnew

"The only way you get universal is by getting really, really specific, and avoiding universal cliches."
Willamette Week  |  Casey Jarman  |  06-18-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

Narrow Search


Hot Topics

Narrow by Date

  • Last 7 Days
  • Last 30 Days
  • Select a Date Range