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Gold Dust – “Brookside Cemetery Blues”

You’ve heard of the heavy music to shoegaze pipeline. How about the heavy music and shoegaze to folk pipeline? Stephen Pierce, the Easthampton, MA-based musician who plays hardcore in Ampere and shoegaze in Kindling, has a new solo project called Gold Dust born out of his longtime love of ’60s and ’70s folk-rock. A self-titled album is arriving at the end of the week, and we’ve already heard lovely early tracks “Oh Well” and “Into Clouds.” Today, we’re getting one more, the gorgeously warm “Broo...
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Gold Dust – “Run Into Clouds”

You will remember the name of… Gold Dust. The Massachusetts musician Stephen Pierce has made music as a member of bands like Ampere and Kindling. (His press photo might convince you that he’s also made music as a member of the Backstreet Boys, but no, that’s not AJ McLean. Different guy.) These days, Pierce also makes gauzy, ’60s-inspired folk-rock under the name Gold Dust.
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Gold Dust – “Oh Well”

Stephen Pierce has made hardcore music with Ampere and shoegaze with Kindling and the Easthampton, MA-based musician also has a long-running interest in folk music from the ’60s and ’70s, which is what he’s channeling in his new solo project Gold Dust. Today, Pierce is announcing its debut album, also called Gold Dust.
Tags: Music, Easthampton, New Music, Pierce, Kindling, Ampere, Gold Dust, Stephen Pierce