Tag: Alea Rae

Douse – “The Light in You Has Left”

Douse – “The Light in You Has Left”

As the spatial beats of Jeremiah Ackermann’s drums open “The Importance of Each Other” which are later accompanied by the delicate keys of Patrick Farrugia, an anticipation arises that Douse‘s debut album will be a wonderful experience. When frontwoman Alea Rae Clark’s gorgeous vocals enter the scene along with the delayed, crystalline guitar, the expectations are quickly changed. This isn’t […]

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Mundo 35 – RevueFest – The Curation of Our Make-Believe Festival

Mundo 35 – RevueFest – The Curation of Our Make-Believe Festival

There have already been quite a few festival line up announcements for this year already, including Bonnaroo, Boston Calling, Coachella, Governor’s Ball, Hangout Festival, New Orleans Jazzfest, and Shaky Knees, and Sasquatch will be coming out in February. The almost complete list for SXSW is out as well, too. If we could curate our own festival, there would no likely not be any massive hype […]

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Our Favorite Hidden Gems of 2014

Our Favorite Hidden Gems of 2014

We’re always looking for those small and emerging artists and bands to feature. Throughout the year, we’ve profiled musicians we’ve followed in the past and new ones that came to our attention by chance or good fortune. This list is dedicated to our Favourite Hidden Gems of 2014, so artists that we discovered this year – or who discovered us. […]

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Mundo Musique: Alea Rae

Mundo Musique: Alea Rae

One of the most pleasant music discoveries I’ve had recently is Westminster, British Columbia’s Alea Rae (Westminster is located just outside of Vancouver). Over the past year, the trio have publicly shared a handful of songs. Last year, they released their debut EP, Offerings, four songs of mostly brooding, indie-folk. From the album, the aptly named “Stunning Silence” shone above the […]

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