This is a past event.

Damien Jurado, Corrina Repp

The 10 songs on Damien Jurado’s latest LP, In the Shape of a Storm, have been accumulating over the last two decades, mutating and shapeshifting but never being committed to tape. The album itself, though, was recorded in a matter of hours: Much of it is Jurado alone with his guitar, exposed without the expansive production of his longtime collaborator, the late Richard Swift. In that sense, Storm is both a retrospective of a songwriter’s burgeoning voice and an on-the-fly portrait of his current artistic sensibilities, a musical photo album that develops right before our eyes.

— Nathan Weinbender