Many songs on @feistmusic’s Let It Die range in genres from French pop to electronic to jazz, with cover songs from Blossom Dearie, the Bee Gees and Robert Stanton. However, the melody beautifully stitches every song together that by the end of the album one is consumed with the picture of a late night lounge tucked away on a Parisian street.
Come listen to a full playback of the VMP reissue of @FeistMusic’s ‘Let It Die’ at The Spins, a worldwide vinyl listening party. Stay around for giveaways of the VMP LTD edition vinyl and make some memories with your fellow vinyl junkies. Next Thursday, September 13th. Don’t miss it. #TheSpinsVMP
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All of Sarah Webster Fabio’s albums were created after a near-death experience, which brought an urgency to her wanting to leave a legacy, and made her four-albums-in-five-years output understandable. The tediousness of her recovery ended up replenishing her artistic spirit, leaving her with a thirst for life. She collaborated with intensity. She knew her four albums on Folkways would translate her poems from the page to a permanent, lasting expression. She picked from her body of work the poems that would take her further than written text could ever promise.
Package Details: 180g black vinyl Remastered by Grammy award winning engineer Pete Reiniger Exclusive listening notes by Cheryl Fabio (Sarah Webster Fabio's daughter)
TA13OO is the most realized, calculated @denzelcurryph album by a mile; where Imperial honed in on the darker tones of his music, TA13OO offers the Dark, juxtaposed with fresh lenses on Curry’s experiences. We dwell in the Light indulgence of his successes and attempts to achieve clarity, and an even deeper Gray to illustrate the collisions and contradictions of our world.