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Daniel Corral - Refractions (CD Review)


Daniel Corral

Populist Records CD PR012

Jeremy Kerner, electric guitar; Isaura String Quartet; Corral, music box and laptop

LA-based Populist Records has released another treasure trove of unusual ambience. 146 more words


Story of a Song: Country For Syria

“In The States” was meant to be a fairly simple song for Country For Syria, a “vacation song” of sorts, explains the Istanbul-based country music collective’s co-founder, Owen Harris. 805 more words

Featured Music

Fazerdaze’s Sparkling Guitar Pop Finds the Balance Between Darkness and Light

The music of Amelia Murray, who records as Fazerdaze, is on its surface bright and summery. Pick any track at random from Morningside, her excellent full-length debut for Flying Nun, and you’ll be greeted by foamy waves of guitar and Murray’s warm, sighing voice. 1,419 more words

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Stream: Chain Of Flowers - Let Your Light In

They’ve been quiet (in terms of releases at least) since their self-titled debut album late in 2015, but Cardiff’s most entrancing live band return now with a double A-side single. 36 more words

New Music

Free Music Friday: Grieving

Yesterday Washed Uo Emo had the premiere of Cambridge, UK emo outfit Grieving’s new single, “Brian Emo.” Washed Up Emo described the band as “for fans of Sunny Day Real Estate, Braid and Jawbreaker.” Sounds like a winner to me. 65 more words

New Music

M. Sage: Bolus Phasing

Matthew Sage has a new release, the long-form ambient piece “Bolus Phasing.” It’s a response of sorts to the recently-passed Republican-designed American Health Care Act (AHCA). 69 more words

Pinky Verde returns from hiatus

By Brian Tucker

Pinky Verde released a new song called “Misery” this month and those familiar with the band can expect a different sound as well as a different line-up. 292 more words