Former Midwest Product songwriter and erstwhile member of PostPrior Ben Mullins embarks on his latest musical effort as Ben Benjamin. Like its title suggests, The Many Moods of Ben Benjamin showcases Mullins' proficiency with several different styles of music, though he maintains that wonderful sense of melancholy throughout each track on the album.
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T.H. White can lay claim to the title of "musician" as easily as he can to "producer." The New York-based artist lays live drumming, vocal harmonies, and other instruments alongside electro-flavored synthesizers, making tracks that are equally dancefloor and radio friendly. The Private Spotlight is his sophomore full-length, and the first release for New York-based Sky Council Recordings.
Papercuts is the primary project of one Jason Quever, San Francisco-based musician and maker of breathy, emotional songs akin to those of Beach House, whom he'll be touring with early in 2008. Quever's Can't Go Back was released on Gnomonsong in 2006, and he as since been seen touring with the likes of Grizzly Bear.
Nina Mehta, Kate Rosko, and Melissa Livaudais recently cleared the musical slate and decided to rename their band. Black Habit is the new record, from the newly-named band, formerly First Nation, now Rings. Put semantics aside though, and you will find an album packed with start-and-stop tribal rhythms, unique vocals, and a pleasant sprinkling of pop sounds. Photo by Kathryn Lo.
Devotion, the second full-length from Baltimore-based duo Beach House, finds Alex Scally and Victoria Legrand delivering another handful of tracks with sweetly-sung vocals, floating melodies, and a cover of Daniel Johnston's "Some Things Last a Long Time."
2007 saw DC-born, San Francisco-based DJ Worthy join the troupe of Read more »
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