Micah P Hinson and the Nothing

Micah P. Hinson - Micah P Hinson and the Nothing
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2014 Ratings: #266 / 845
User Score
Based on 7 ratings
March 10, 2014 / Release Date
LP / Format
Talitres / Label
Suggest a Genre
Abuse of this feature may prevent future contributions from your account.
Your Review
Sign In to rate and review


The Skinny

Elsewhere Hinson rages, ruminates and romanticises, but crucially he’s always compelling, and often quite beautiful. A quiet masterpiece.


Hinson’s tales work in context of the music that soundtracks them. And in this case, his tales of being temporarily crippled are strengthened by its tone-perfect instrumental base.

Drowned in Sound

Where the album sways towards a mirage of broken vocals and frantic surges, it's quickly juxtaposed by soft and vulnerable contributions, perfectly reflecting the huge range of emotions he would have experienced during his ordeal.


Created from demos he’d written before the crash, which he later recorded, it’s certainly Hinson’s darkest and most weary album yet.

Purchasing Micah P Hinson and the Nothing from Amazon helps support Album of the Year. Or consider a donation?

Track List

  1. How Are You, Just a Dream
  2. On the Way Home (To Abilene)
  3. The One to Save You Now
  4. I Ain't Movin'
  5. The Same Old Shit
  6. The Life, Living, Death and Dying of a Certain and Peculiar L. J. Nichols
  7. Sons Of Ussr 
  8. There's Only One Name 
  9. God Is Good
  10. The Quill
  11. Love, Wait for Me 
  12. A Million Light Year
  13. The Crosshairs (Ghost Track)
Sign in to comment
No one has said anything yet.

Added on: March 7, 2014