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MUSIC REVIEWS #2
Dead Leaf Echo: Dreamy shoe-gazing pop
Pale Fire is the debut EP from NYC band Dead Leaf Echo, featuring a title track mixed by Ulrich Schnauss (Mojave 3, Coldplay). Named for the Nabokov novel Pale Fire, the album incorporates elements of ambient, Baroque, dream-pop, shoegaze, new wave, and goth.
Jerry Palmer: Ambient, rhythmic, moody and melodic guitar compositions
Guitarist Jerry Palmer has been recording music since the early 80's. Individuals who appreciate the intricate nature of simple solo acoustic guitar, will love his deeply reflective Blue Guitar album. Check out Nevada Winds, Cherry Picking and Soul Gardener for more of Jerry's music.
American Bach Soloists: Virtuosic Bach performances and more
ABS fans rejoice! We have 11 digital albums of glorious, masterful performances and "spun-gold phrasing" by these early music virtuosos. Not familiar with ABS? Visit their website.
Mark Boulle and the Haba Dudes: Indie Folk Pop from the Gold Coast, Australia
All the Leaves are Falling Down is the first album from Australian singer songwriter Mark Boulle. The album features Elodie Mayberry on violin and Daren Williams on bass. All other instruments are played by Boulle, who is known for his personal and personable reflections on the world around him.
Ambient Teknology: Upbeat underground with shades of new wave
Horrorbox, by Ambient Teknology, is an EP homage to late great stars of silver screen history. All three tracks are designed to encapsulate the feel of 1930's horror, combined with 21st century electronic sounds, and give a unique combination of the old mixed with the present day. Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney Jr. and Bela Lugosi are all mentors for this history of the horror movie greats.