Vents Magazine premieres Moon Palace s/t album stream

Moon Palace premiere their s/t debut album today! Stream the full release over at Vents Magazine and pick it up tomorrow from Plume Records! Release show in Seattle at Chop Suey on October 24th.

“Filled with sulky and haunting vocals, every song feels as its own. A perfect record for those who enjoy Warpaint or Bat For Lashes.”

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Album Review of Tomten’s ‘Cremation Songs’ on Artist Home

Tomten‘s Cremation Songs album release show is tonight at The Sunset in Seattle! Thanks to Tony Kay for the excellent review on Artist Home:

There’s something about hearing a great pop single in the flush of a gorgeous summer day that can crystalize every gold-tinted summertime moment you’ve ever experienced into three or four minutes of sustained bliss…Cremation Songs is another finely-crafted, near-perfect jewel in Tomten’s baroque pop treasure chest…Cremation Songs is, first and foremost, one gorgeous bit of songcraft.

Entertainment Realm features Tomten’s new single “Weissnichtwo”

Tomten‘s new single “Weissnichtwo” was featured on Entertainment Realm:

I’ve been listening to the new Ride and Slowdive albums quite a bit lately and this song falls in nicely with its Brit-influenced shoegaze, swirly sound. There’s lots of layers with the opening part establishing a gentle calm while an underlying guttural churning bubbles up to maintain the soothing vibe.

Beehive Candy reviews Tomten single “Limbo’s Daughter”

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“Limbo’s Daughter” is an engaging and quite timeless sounding song. At the heart of the song are some most agreeable vocals and harmonies, however the musical arrangement and fine musicianship nudge the song up, making the forthcoming album a very interesting prospect.

Thanks to Beehive Candy for the kind words about “Limbo’s Daughter” off Tomten‘s forthcoming LP, out next month on Plume Records!

Glacially Musical reviews Tomten’s album “Cremation Songs”

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Glacially Musical reviews the forthcoming album from Tomten, Cremation Songs, out from Plume Records on 7/7/17:

“…there are certainly large swaths of dreamy pianos, fizzy vocals, and mellow guitar licks…but there are instances…[of] rock’n’roll. The piano switches to Jerry Lee Lewis. The guitars get crunchy…”