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New album from Contemplator – Sonance

August 31st, 2016 / Comments Off on New album from Contemplator – Sonance / by Mog/

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Contemplator is instrumental progressive music that circles around and between genre boundaries, from the prog-rock leanings of Uematsu’s RPG video game scores to the angular dissonances of Gorguts. The project was born after Christian Pacaud came back from his tour playing bass for Augury in 2010, inspired by all the deeply creative, passionate and unique people he had met along the road. Now convinced people out there are just waiting for daring and bold musical experiments to shove down their brains, he turned all musical filters off, pressed record and went with the flow. The “Contemplator” EP was released in 2013. MetalSucks’ Vince Neilstein featured it in his “Unsigned and Unholy” column: “This is excellent technical death metal that isn’t too big on the “tech” side, if you catch my drift — there’s a ton to grab onto here, not just riff salad.” Now a four-piece band with current and past members of Augury and Aeternam, Contemplator just released “Sonance”, their debut full-length album, mixed/mastered by Colin Marston (Gorguts, Krallice, Dysrhythmia), available on Bandcamp, iTunes, Google Play and other platforms.

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Track List
1.The Veiling 05:40
2.Ancestral Circles 01:42
3.Shapes 05:02
4.Echopraxia 04:42
5.Balance 03:35
6.Art of Nothing 04:58
7.Filter 05:30
8.Welkin 03:46
9.Relative 04:50
10.Meridian 06:09

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New song and video from Brooklyn Doran – The Villian

August 31st, 2016 / Comments Off on New song and video from Brooklyn Doran – The Villian / by Mog/

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This is the lyric video for the second single, “The Villain”, from my upcoming album “These Paper Wings”. I’m really excited about this record because I think it is showcasing a bit of a different sound that I think is more representative of where I am at now as an artist- blurring the lines between adult contemporary and folk music. Each of the songs represents a different place I was in my life over the past three years. Not The Time is about bad timing and relationships that could’ve been but never were. Say The Words is about how difficult it is to say “I Love You” for the first time in a new relationship. I Found A Home is a song I wrote for a couple I met that have been married for over 40 years whose love for one another is something I aspire to. At the end of the day, every song that has ended up being featured on this album is a song that I’ve written about a different stage of being in love (or out of love).

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New album from Code I – Phosphenia

August 30th, 2016 / Comments Off on New album from Code I – Phosphenia / by Mog/

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Phosphenia is the third full-length album by solo post-rock instrumentalist Code I. Post-rock at its heart. Inspired by the simple things in our lives that make a huge difference to our emotions and believes. We travel through life day after day and sometimes stop to look around and listen. Let this album help you stop and listen..

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Track List

1.Our Eyes Will Bleed Colour 07:05
2.Tu Es Misère
3.Mono No Aware (The Gentle Sadness of Things)
4.The Esoteric Ones
5.We Sail Away
6.Dear Reader
7.Mágoa in Red
8.Selcouth
9.What a Beautiful Death Life Is
10.XXII

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New album from Sansyou – The Glistening One

August 30th, 2016 / Comments Off on New album from Sansyou – The Glistening One / by Mog/

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David Nicholas (guitar), Matthew McGarraghy (guitar) and Davis White (percussion, keyboards) weave melody and ambience with meditative rhythms to form the instrumental sound of Sansyou. In August, 2016 the Washington DC based trio released a full length collection of evocative and introspective music; The Glistening One, on Moon Sounds Records (MSR031CD and MSR031CS cassette).
The Glistening One tells eight soundscape stories with more elaborate production and new flavors including the first appearance of spoken word in a Sansyou composition. The songs take unexpected twists and turns in the most complex and satisfying recording for the band to date. The video for the first single, “Let It Expand” showcases the overlooked and beagle-friendly greenspaces of Washington DC. Two of DC’s finest contribute their talents to the recording; acclaimed photographer Nalinee Darmrong provides the original image for the cover art while engineer Burleigh Seaver’s mastering skills yield the finishing glimmer.Like 2013’s The Dilettante, and the 2011 debut, When We Become Ghosts, the new songs “…have a more understated elegance…than traditional dream pop or post-rock. This is music for ears that appreciate thoughtful, layered sounds that unspool gently and gradually, and are rich with both melody and possibility.” -The Vinyl District

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Track List

1.My Figurine 05:08
2.Let It Expand 04:18
3.Subtle Energies 04:24
4.Docking Fish 03:37
5.Level Flight 03:11
6.Rise Of A Fall 05:19
7.The Glistening One 05:30
8.Field Of View 04:17

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New track from The Green Children – Dreamers

August 30th, 2016 / Comments Off on New track from The Green Children – Dreamers / by Mog/

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Formed in 2006, The Green Children met whilst studying at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. That same year the duo shot a music video in Bangladesh to celebrate the work of Professor Muhammad Yunus, the father of microcredit and founder of Grameen Bank. In December 2006, The Green Children released a fundraising CD/DVD entitled Hear Me Now throughout Norway. Through sales and donations from around the world they raised $400,000 for one of the first eye hospitals in rural Bangladesh. The hospital was opened on May 12th 2008 by The Green Children and Professor Muhammad Yunus, the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner. Yunus initiated this project with Grameen to save the sight of many of his countrymen and women.Their first self-produced album Encounter was released in October 2010, to great critical acclaim. Rolling Stone described it as a collection of “Searching dance-pop ballads from elfin dreamers…Encounter glides by like Lady Gaga on a unicorn. Sunde gives synth-diva histrionics a mystical spritz, singing about dragons and black magic over skittering electro beats.” Reema Kumari Jadeja from MOBO wrote that, “The Green Children masterfully sprinkle sincere soul and magic into a music scene that requires some much needed fantasy and romanticism… The emerald duo’s debut is an audio fairy-tale that confiscates all grips on reality and leaves one hopelessly daydreaming.” The duo’s second full length album, entitled Connection, was released in the USA and Canada on July 23rd, 2013 through Amoeba Music. In November 2014 they released their single and video, “Outline”. This space themed video supported the work of The Planetary Society and including partners such as Bill Nye and Yale University. The past year has seen The Green Children support the work of charitable organization ‘New Alternatives’ with a concert in NYC benefiting LGBT Homeless Youth. They were interviewed live by The Huffington Post about the concert and their continual charity work. “Dreamers” is their newest single, released this August.

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