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Personnel: Benson Ramsey (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, keyboards); David Huckfelt (vocals, acoustic guitar); Alex Ramsey (vocals, piano, keyboards); Jacob Hanson (electric guitar); Michael Rossetto (banjo); Ryan Young (fiddle); Tim Britton (flute, Uilleann pipe); James Buckley (upright bass, electric bass); JT Bates (drums). Audio Mixer: Adam Krinsky. Recording information: Bellows Studio, St Paul, MN; Earth Tone Studios, Iowa City, IA. Where the Pines excel is realizing their brand of folkie Americana leans toward the textural, not song. This isn't to say their 2016 album Above the Prairie lacks in songs. They're there, often sturdy even when they're open-ended, but the charm of Above the Prairie is that it sets a mood, one that's ideal for twilight or the early hours of evening just after the sun has set. Their harmonies and acoustic guitars are offset by smears of synthesizers - keyboards that don't play hooks but rather add space and color - and this provides just enough of a painterly bed that the rough-hewn vocals don't feel affected, they feel like they add a bit of dirt to a record that's just on the verge of floating away. Eventually, the songs do sink in, but the reason to return to the album is its ability to conjure a specific feeling, whether it's the second the sun sets or the moment that paved highway gives way to backwoods dirt roads. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Bright Eyes: Jake Bellows, Conor Oberst (vocals, guitar); Casey Scott (whistlling); Tim Haes, Mike Kratky (guitar); John Hischke (saxophone); Orenda Fink (trumpet); Nick White (keyboards); Doug Wray, Heath Konntz (bass); Bo Anderson, Roger Lewis (drums). Bolstered by real friendship and genuine respect between its contributing artists, ONE JUG OF WINE, TWO VESSELS by Bright Eyes and Neva Dinova is the rare collaboration that meshes two singular visions seamlessly. With no prior knowledge, a listener might mistake its chief compadres-fellow Omaha singer-songwriters Conor Oberst and Jake Bellows-as members of the same band. Specializing in a drunken alt-country with a loose swing, the two take turns singing leads and playing supporting roles on their own and each other's songs. Mike Mogis pins the songs with his trademark aural draperies-from glistening vibraphones and honeyed pedal steel on "Poison" to the cello scrapes on "Black Comedy." Each track is a winner-particularly the charmingly wasted "I'll Be Your Friend" with its sax solos and sloppy guitars spilling like teqila from a dropped tumbler.
In the new issue of Music Week, we speak to some of the biggest names from the independent sector, including WIN CEO Alison Wenham and Transgressive’s Tim Bellow, as part of our indies round table, in which we find out about the biggest... Taking the Big Interview this week is none other the Jools Holland, who sat down with us to discuss his glittering career in the biz and the role of music on television. Meanwhile, Polydor’s co-presidents Tom March and Ben Mortimer speak exclusively to Music Week about their recent albums successes and plans why they think the industry has turned a corner on the new talent front. Superstar producer Fraser T Smith gives us the lowdown on the hotly anticipated Stormzy debut Gang Signs & Prayer, while our profile on some of the biggest musical stars on YouTube explores the wealth of opportunities available to up and coming... Elsewhere in news, BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra and Asian Network controller Ben Cooper discusses last week’s RAJAR figures and tells us why radio will always have the edge of its streaming rivals, and we take a look behind Black Sabbath’s farewell show in... NME editor-in-chief Mike Williams speaks to us about the evolution of the brand ahead of the NME Awards this week, while Metal Hammer editor Merlin Alderslade hails the return of the rock and metal mag. On top of that, we shine a spotlight on the very best new talent in On The Radar and take a look at the most innovative sync deals in the market.
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