Contact Dana Gavanski. Streaming and Download help. Report this album or account. If you like Dana Gavanski, you may also like:. Punisher by Phoebe Bridgers.
Bridgers is like a friend who's comfortable enough with you to give voice to her darkest thoughts Sad, funny, and disturbing all at once. David Rodger. Reward by Cate Le Bon. This was easily one of my favorite records of Cate reaches peak John Cale meets Jane Siberry here. Wooden Cave by Thin Lear.
Thin Lear's sophisticated rock music is tempered with soaring chamber pop accents and an undeniable gift for melody. Twenty-three delightful indiepop and bedroom folk tracks that emphasize small arrangement and huge hooks, benefitting Feeding America. A track comp to benefit artists with cancelled tours, including raucous indie, buoyant pop, and sweet Cyndi Lauper covers.
Explore music. Music Merch community. Yesterday Is Gone by Dana Gavanski. Favorite track: Good Instead of Bad. Andrew Ashbridge. Redirected from Dean Torrence. American musical duo. Vocal surf California sound psychedelic rock punk rock. Main article: Jan and Dean discography. Retrieved Communicator Awards. Social Security Death Index [database on-line]. The Telegraph. March 29, Retrieved October 20, United States Obituary Collection [database on-line].
Social Security Death Index. Number: ; Issue State: California. California Death Index, — [database on-line]. School Yearbooks [database on-line]. Lee Cotten Pierian Press, Archived from the original on 19 September Retrieved 28 October Public Records Index, Volume 1 [database on-line]. Colin Larkin, 2nd ed. Public Records Index, Vol. Retrieved August 23, Retrieved October 28, Archived from the original on July 24, Retrieved August 24, Pop Chronicles. University of North Texas Libraries.
My first one was a David Bowie one. Lots of intermittent existential pangs; a lot of staring into the middle distance. And lots of not believing anything I read or see or hear. However, the prospect of a new album from the Manics is still at the forefront of his thoughts — despite all the work that went into Even In Exile.
Before lockdown, the band trialled a few new songs at their studio — named Door To The River — on the outskirts of Newport. He remains coy about the direction of their next album, which will be their 14th, saying things will take shape once bassist Wire and drummer Sean Moore put their stamp on it.
I just know that when we do, it will be nice not to have to over-think anything. It starts off with Victor Jara-esque acoustic guitar before launching into a stirring more Manicsy melody. A four-minute instrumental with a cinematic quality to — something you can imagine being on the soundtrack to the Motorcycle Diaries, the film biopic about revolutionary Che Guevara.
George Harrison-style guitars blend effortlessly with a harpsichord as a marching style beat pounds away. This sounds like it was recorded on a starry night overlooking the Andes — and is about Violeta Parra, a composer who was a key inspiration to Jara.
Actually recorded them in her head to make sure that they would not disappear from the cultural landscape. She was a painter. Recorded DIY style in Brooklyn. Wicked Wicked Time by Circle Pit. Circle Pit's incendiary mix of glam, boogie, hair metal, and pure hard rock gets a special release years after its initial recording. Explore music. Play Pretend by Benjamin Dean Wilson.
Purchasable with gift card. The music is in the same vein as previous releases. Unbelievably danceable analog synth pop with groovy rhythms and an overall friendly vibe. The one main difference this time is that the songs are instrumentals. Interestingly, this is the first time we've noticed similarities to the band Kraftwerk?!
We always get a positive charge out of Hyperbubble. Ultra creative and clever stuff. Seems odd, but in there just aren't enough loud powerful guitar bands on the planet. Oh sure, lots of groups have a guitarist We were already digging the cool rockin' tunes on Don't Impress Me The band created a hilarious video called "Days of Future Originals Past-Part 1" that has all kinds of clever stuff in it.
But the text streaming across the screen really got our attention, stating stuff like " Auto-tuned emotionless music grows in popularity and has taken over the Earth.
It has spread throughout the galaxy and today the citizens of the universe are forced to listen to shitty music and obey their Android masters by way of bionic ear bud implants. But even though these fellows have a keen sense of humor about what they're doing, the music is neither comedy fluff nor a joke. This album contains some totally rockin' stuff. These guitar-driven cuts remind us of some of the more entertaining underground rock bands from the s.
Love the cover art on this one. These guys are the real deal. The Invitation tells the story of a man who goes to a dinner party at the house he used to live and then begins to realize that his ex-wife and her new husband may be up to something sinister.
We purposely didn't read any more about the plot because we did not want to spoil the surprises when we actually see this one. The peculiar music for this film was created by the ultra-prolific Theodore Shapiro. Things start off on a completely different level, with the guitar pop track "Baby You're Gone. Shapiro has really outdone himself this time.
If you turn this up really loud you feel like you're entering another dimension. Truly strange stuff that will make you feel very uneasy. Kreng - Camino : Original Motion Picture Soundtrack CD, Lakeshore , Soundtrack This is the second soundtrack we've seen recently where the person creating the music is given top billing.
This is a trend that we really appreciate because the people making the music for film, television, and video games have been the shadows for far too long. The basic idea of this movie sounds so interesting. It seems sad that, if critics are correct, this is one of those cases where things just aren't so entertaining. The story is about a photographer who takes pictures of violence in Colombia and then, as a result, finds herself being pursued by violent missionaries.
According to what we read on the internet, the script was written in only two days. And that is, from what we're told, the problem with the film But we're dealing with the music only here because we have not yet seen Camino. Taken on its own without any accompanying visuals, our opinion is that the music is a definite success.
Kreng is the moniker used by Pepijn Caudron. And his recordings for the movie Camino are captivating and ultimately very suspenseful. This is a far cry from conventional Top Ten movie fluff. You won't hear anything even remotely similar to John Williams here. Caudron is operating in an entirely different universe.
Plenty of strange stuff, well over an hour's worth of music. Really appealing So many bands and artists seem to be trying so hard in the twenty-first century to be different or to make an impression.
And yet so many of them fail, while the guys in La Cerca manage to succeed seemingly with ease. You might say it's because they have great songs, but it's actually more than that. It has something to do with where these guys' heads are at.
They somehow just seem to be approaching music from the exact and right perspective. Looking at the lengthy list of instruments utilized in these recordings, one might initially think this would be one of those overblown affairs where everything is overproduced.
But that is definitely not the case here. The folks involved in these recordings used great restraint, and the layering and overdubs are so subtle that you don't even realize how much is going on in these tracks. Although there are more than four musicians listed in the liner notes, it appears that the four core band members are Andrew Gardner, Miguel Villarreal, Bill Overdick , and and Ernesto Gardner. Some of these tracks remind us of Alex Chilton 's solo recordings, while others are slightly reminiscent of later recordings from The Feelies.
Smart, inventive, and ultimately timeless music. Their music is very much unlike the stuff that most listeners in the United States are accustomed to hearing. The Shape of Things To Come presents thirteen tracks that combine elements from folk, pop, progressive rock, and more.
Shape of Things has an overall moody sound, but the range of the material extends much farther than such a categorization might suggest. Both artists take turns handling lead vocals, and both are wonderfully talented in that area. There's not a single bad apple here, all thirteen tracks have something substantial to offer.
Way, way, way back in time Up to this point in time, this movie seems to be receiving universally positive reviews. We haven't seen it yet, we've only been exposed to this soundtrack. Under the direction of Mark Suozzo , the Irish Film Orchestra plays twenty-two tracks of exquisitely arranged and recorded compositions. This is a short album, clocking in at just over thirty-two minutes. Our guess is that these expertly-recorded tracks add just the right authenticity to the film itself.
It's been a while since we've received a new release from independent recording artist Ray Mason. We've been fans of this guy's music for a very long time.
In a world of constant change and throwaway artists, Mr. Mason has always stood out as a man who creates music for all the right reasons. The Sky Requester is yet another superb addition to Mason's lengthy catalog. More sparse and direct that previous albums, these tracks sound very much like a real man making real music rather than something or someone that has been tweaked to digital perfection. But of course songs are what matter most.
And that's where Ray really shines. This guy seems to be a never-ending well of great songs. In a perfect world Mr. Mason would already be hugely famous. But in actuality he's already a huge success, because he does things his own way on his own terms He isn't playing by anyone's rules but his own. Meloni lives in Cagliari, Italy where he teaches Italian, history, and geography.
After receiving a degree in jazz music from the Conservatoire in Cagliari, he decided to devote his talents and skills to improvisational piano. This guy is good. If you've ever tried coming up with piano pieces on the spot, it isn't easy. You need to have total and complete focus on what you're doing, allowing the rest of the world to completely dissolve around you. Each piece seems to create it's own mood and feel. The music is sometimes sombre, sometimes happy, sometimes peculiar, and sometimes dreamy.
Instead of just releasing a collection of her hits, Ms. Morgan chose to do new recordings of some of her biggest hits. In addition, the album also includes some brand new studio recordings including four acoustic tracks written by her late husband Keith Whitley that are unique to this release.
If you're curious as to why Ms. Morgan has become such a huge favorite with fans all over the world, give this album a spin and hear why. But upon hearing the fresh pop sounds on Bitter Streets you'd never know they disbanded in the first place. This band originally made a big splash way back in with their hit single "Romeo.
The band members did eventually form a new band called Broken Home , but that only lasted for a while Recorded in , Bitter Streets finds the band returning to something quite similar to their original sound there's even a re-recording of "Romeo" here. Streets sounds very much like a non-stop string of potential hits. And this release also includes two bonus tracks "Close My Eyes" and "Dreamed".
Hopefully this album will reignite the flame that began so many years ago. These guys still have a fresh inviting sound--you'd never know they've been around for as long as they have. A good solid release. Originally from Albany, Texas, Jeremy Nail moved to Austin several years ago to pursue a career in music. He quickly hooked up with like-minded individuals and before long he found himself playing guitar for Dustin Welch , The Sideshow Tragedy , and Liars and Saints. In he released a well-received debut album Letter that seemed to set his solo career on firm footing.
He also began playing guitar for underground icon Alejandro Escovedo who asked him to join him on his world tour. Everything seemed to be moving forward for Jeremy.Jan 01, · Check out Small Talk by Benjamin Dean Wilson on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on clubexandalynewlapeconmembspanat.coinfo