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Rauelsson w/ Peter Broderick – ‘Réplica’ Available for Preorder

Réplica | Teaser Video from Rauelsson on Vimeo.

PREORDER ON LP OR CD FROM THE HUSHSHOP.

Created for the vinyl medium, Replica encompasses two long works, held together by plaintive cobwebs that bridge each finely tuned piece of introspective folk and fragile, whispered vocals into a remarkable whole.

Spanish-born, Portland OR-based Raúl Pastor Medall, otherwise known as Rauelsson, began working with Peter Broderick at a distance, sending work back and forth through the mail with one another before convening in person to hone and create their quietly engaging collaboration.

Read more about the album and listen to a stream at Fluid Radio

Nick Jaina on KEXP

Portland’s Nick Jaina creates a unique blend of bluesy to boozy folk-rock. He’s joined by some fellow Northwestern musicians in the KEXP studio for this exclusive live performance that features some tracks from his LP “A Bird in the Opera House.” – W. Myers

Listen to the stream here.
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Sebastopol

Loch Lomond “Wax & Wire” soundtracks Jawdropping Trials Rider Danny MacAskill

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cj6ho1-G6tw

Garnering well over one million views in the first 3 days, Loch Lomond was pleased to be asked personally by Danny to include music at the top of this video.  Youtube videos featuring the song also added tens of thousands of views in the same time period.  Consider supporting the band with a purchase:

“Wax & Wire” is on the Night Bats EP, available in the HUSHshop.

Kele Goodwin Complete Concert, Profiles and Praise.

Kele Goodwin’s recent release, Hymns, was celebrated a few weeks ago at Portland’s cozy SE venue The Woods.  Goodwin delivered a charming and understated but breathtaking set.

Watch the entire set in a playlist on YouTube (available in HD).

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kUuUbEUzTc

Get the CD/download from the HUSHshop.  It’s an essential winter listen.

Kele Goodwin – “Hymns” Sampler Mix

“Though he’s a man of many stories, Kele Goodwin’s offering to the public resides in his beautiful folk music—though “beautiful” doesn’t quite seem to capture the essence of his creations. Listening to Goodwin’s “Hymns,” one can almost hear Alaska’s ferocious alpine peaks, rugged with such exquisite allure, upon which he spent many days of his youth.” –The Vanguard

“Although the focus is on Goodwin’s lightly picked guitar and Drake-like voice, contributions from singers Alela Diane and Laura Gibson lend to its gorgeously haunted sound.” – Willamette Week

“Goodwin set out to record this album with Sean Ogilvie, of the Portland band Musée Méchanique, four years ago. “But,” says Goodwin, “a bunch of life happened.”  Read about Kele’s life and music in this Oregonian article