B.W. Johnson is a woesome-folk project from England.
The listener finds themselves wearing worried brow as the music rolls in to the room with its furrowed visage.
An LP arrived this month – Moon #46 (available on bandcamp) which is highlighted by the middle of the seven tracks – Black River In A Drought – with its darkening delta-blues derivation that extends to a second under twelve and three quarters minutes, none of which is extraneous.
Emerging Indie Bands on Google+ is where you will discover more music with which to while away your time.