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New Cherry Glazerr video: Wasted Nun

Video: Cherry Glazerr – “Wasted Nun” Directed by Jess Calleiro. From Stuffed & Ready, out February 1 on Secretly Canadian. More witchy music, this time from Secretly Canadian. This is my JAM. Some melodic noise rock in the vein of Jesus and Mary Chain and Lush, Cherry Glazerr brings the guitars and the fuzz. Fronted … Continue reading New Cherry Glazerr video: Wasted Nun → Read more at Glorious Noise...
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Cherry Glazerr – “Wasted Nun” Video (NSFW)

The new Cherry Glazerr album, Stuffed & Ready, is incredible. Clementine Creevy has mastered the art of writing gleaming, glamorous alt-rock songs with ugliness at their core. It's one of the best possible outcomes of all this late '90s nostalgia we've been cycling through lately. More »
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Angelo De Augustine feat. Sufjan Stevens: Time (Live at Reservoir Studios)

From lyrical lacework to a whistling hook, Angelo De Augustine’s “Time” acts as a powerful introduction to the singer/songwriter’s forthcoming album Tomb. Both the track and album were produced by Thomas Bartlett, aka Doveman, and his complex warmth once again blankets listeners. De Augustine has released two videos for the track—an official music video, directed and filmed by Jess Calleiro and a live version from Reservoir Studios, with …
Tags: Music, Design, Sufjan Stevens, Culture, Listenup, Songwriters, Singers, New Music, Doveman, Angelo de Augustine, Thomas Bartlett, De Augustine, Reservoir Studios, Jess Calleiro

Watch Angelo De Augustine Play New Single “Time” With Sufjan Stevens

Angelo De Augustine has been quietly kicking out gorgeous folk-pop songs for years, evolving from a careful student of Elliott Smith to a songwriter with a voice of his own. There was also more than a little Sufjan Stevens in Augustine's early work, and somewhere along the line Sufjan himself took a liking … More »
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