For a quick dose of spellbinding ambient music, look no further than Carlos Ferreira’s new single, “Diving.” On this track, Ferreira, a true ambient master, immerses the listener into a deep sea of soft drones and glacial synth chords. The entire piece glows with an optimistic tone, and even begins to take on a spiritualContinue reading “Carlos Ferreira – “Diving””
East River Caviar’s debut slab of rural psychedelia, How Asphalt Ages, is as serene and stoic as the first magenta moments of an early winter sunrise. Hailing from Connecticut, ERC is made up of two guitarists, Sam Boston and Brendan Casey, who weave together tight fuzzed-up fantasias with nothing but their electric axes, bass andContinue reading “East River Caviar – How Asphalt Ages”
Even though 2021 just started, it is no hyperbole that Spiral Wave Nomads’ seismic sophomore release on Twin Lakes and Feeding Tube Records will certainly be remembered as one of the strongest releases of the year. Made up of Eric Hardiman on guitar and Michael Kiefer on drums, SWN began as a long-distance musical relationshipContinue reading “Spiral Wave Nomads – First Encounters”
Here’s a quick check in to what some of the RCU Patrons have been listening to this month… Nick said “Me Especially,” by Dawes, “Colors” by Black Pumas and Langhorn Slim’s “Summer Days” have been in constant rotation for him lately. Meanwhile, Megan writes that she’s been finding herself combing back to the self-titled EPContinue reading “What the RCU Community is Listening to (Jan. 2021)”
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Since 2012, Keith Hadad’s Record Crates United has been a home for wayward music. Artists and sounds from the past and present that may have or at least deserve to have a cult following will have their time here.
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