Celebrating Parrot Dream’s Debut LP One Year Later

sngalbums: Photo by Catalina Kulczar Originally appeared on Post-Trash.  Last August, Brooklyn’s Parrot Dream, comprised of guitarist Gonzalo Guerrero and vocalist Christina Hansen Appel, released their formative debut album, Light Goes, via Good Eye Records. It took the duo two years to write and record, and in that time they changed lineups and landscapes, moving from Santiago, Chile to New York, where Appel had lived previously. … Continue reading Celebrating Parrot Dream’s Debut LP One Year Later

Celebrating Parrot Dream’s Debut LP One Year Later

Photo by Catalina Kulczar Originally appeared on Post-Trash.  Last August, Brooklyn’s Parrot Dream, comprised of guitarist Gonzalo Guerrero and vocalist Christina Hansen Appel, released their formative debut album, Light Goes, via Good Eye Records. It took the duo two years to write and record, and in that time they changed lineups and landscapes, moving from Santiago, Chile to New York, where Appel had lived previously. Now … Continue reading Celebrating Parrot Dream’s Debut LP One Year Later

Mauno’s lack of subtlety fuels new LP, Really Well (in a good way)

sngalbums: Originally appeared on Post-Trash.  Great persuasion doesn’t rely on qualifiers. It is subtle, and needs no emphasis. Unfortunately, Canadian four-piece Mauno haven’t mastered this skill, at least not according to their newest album, Really Well. It is the band’s third full-length, and, especially compared to their preceding effort, it seems to indicate a new direction of both emotion and sound. Read more.  Mauno | … Continue reading Mauno’s lack of subtlety fuels new LP, Really Well (in a good way)

Mauno’s lack of subtlety fuels new LP, Really Well (in a good way)

Originally appeared on Post-Trash.  Great persuasion doesn’t rely on qualifiers. It is subtle, and needs no emphasis. Unfortunately, Canadian four-piece Mauno haven’t mastered this skill, at least not according to their newest album, Really Well. It is the band’s third full-length, and, especially compared to their preceding effort, it seems to indicate a new direction of both emotion and sound. Read more.  Mauno | buy … Continue reading Mauno’s lack of subtlety fuels new LP, Really Well (in a good way)