Paulina Cassidy has released a new album on Projekt Records, titled Drawing Up A Storm. The album will be available at the usual suspects (iTunes, Amazon, and so on) on Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. However, the album is available now, exclusively at Bandcamp. So hustle your bustle over to Bandcamp and pick up you copy now. I did!
Today we are watching Mercury’s Antennae live performance of Le Chant des Sirènes. Dru Allen is wondeful as ever.
Did you recognize the opening of the song? It is a tribute to Monsoon’s Ever So Lonely.
How about a nice live dose of Love is Colder than Death performing First Light in the Dawn:
Today’s treat is Mirabilis’ official video for their song The City, which is the second track on their album Here and the Hereafter.
Here is a track from German/French band Dark Orange, dead! – the witch
Who is up for some more free music? Over at Bandcamp, Spotted Peccary Music has released Ambient Electronic Sampler 31. This sampler, 70 minutes long, can be downloaded at name your own price, including free. Why not check it out?
Followers of my blog know what a fan I am of Bandcamp, where artists can share and sell their music. As of the date of this blog post, the Bandcamp web site says: Fans have paid artists $264 million using Bandcamp, and $6.4 million in the last 30 days alone. Bandcamp is the place where you can help artists make a living creating the music you love to listen to.
Projekt Records, via Bandcamp, has a free digital download of Area’s Agate Lines, a best of/retrospective album with material from all five albums and previously unreleased songs. Area is a darkwave/dreampop band and this album is available at name your price (including free). Of course the nice thing to do would be to pay something, think of it as a tip. All the tracks can be previewed at the Bandcamp page. Go for it!
For your enjoyment, another track from Chandeen, The Wild Unknown: