Nate McKee, the man behind solo project The Answer Page, quietly released the final album in his trilogy at the end of 2014. The Nightmares of My Dearest Cardinal is currently available on Bandcamp (for free, no less — although McKee says donations will go toward a possible future vinyl release).
While McKee recently left Houston for Seattle, there’s no doubt the work he made while he was here made a mark on many people. The Answer Page’s second album, Featureless Beast, was one of Houston Calling‘s favorite releases of 2012, and the band’s debut, Orca, was one of Houston Calling‘s favorites of 2011.
You can download (and purchase) a copy of The Nightmares of My Dearest Cardinal–and read more about its background–at http://theanswerpage.bandcamp.com.