Biography: Rochester, NY, native Greg Weeks' records sound like lost chamber folk treasures of the late-'60s psychedelic era. Combining finger-picked guitar, Moog, Mellotron, harmonium, and string arrangements, he creates dense, thoughtful songs reminiscent of Nick Drake, Leonard Cohen, and Tim Buckley.
With a Nico reference forming the album title, it's not an entire surprise that the first instrument one hears on Awake Like Sleep is harmonium, as played by Weeks' regular collaborator, Jesse Sparhawk. ...Read full review
Although Greg Weeks records on four-track, the sound quality is so good that you start looking around the room for his lanky, rail-thin frame, pallid face, and searching eyes, acoustic in hand. His soft ...Read full review