Free new music from Polly Fae

Free for a limited time at bandcamp.com

Polly Fae (known previously as Paulina Cassidy) returns with quiet bewitchment on her new album of 15 swirling atmospheric pieces straddling the boundaries of ambient and dream pop.

This is a name-your-price – including free – download at Bandcamp. But you know you should donate something, it’s the right thing to do. I purchased the CD just beacause.

Dreamwalkers by Polly Fae

Be sure to visit Polly Fae’s web site and explore her art and music.

While you’re at it, spend some time browsing around Bandcamp – there is so much great music there. For the curious, my Bandcamp profile is here.

New Music

More new Music!  Yay!

Today I am mentioning the new album pre-release by Portland, Oregon’s Devoured By Flowers.  (Kudos to the band for coming up with a name that sounds like something that could actually happen to me.)  Their new album, Moonscape Hotel, releases on March 16, 2018.  But they have 4 tracks available now on Bandcamp.  Pre-order the album now, have access to the 4 tracks, get the rest when it releases in March.  There is also a CD coming.

Devoured by Flowers - Moonscape Hotel

In March, Devoured By Flowers will be appearing live for 3 dates with Mercury’s Antennae.  I sure wish I could catch one or more of those shows, both bands will be playing new music.

Free Music at Bandcamp! Yum!

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!

Area-Agate Lines cover

A music video

It is my considered opinion that Twilight Time by the Moody Blues is actually the first Dreampop song.  Just one more reason why Days of Future Passed is a big reason why the Moody Blues belong in the Hall of Fame.

Anyway, here is a video of the song.  Surprisingly enough, I know the person that made it.