Hanna Kost -Tired Of The Sunshine – Audio

Hanna Kost is an acoustic-indie rock creator from the USA who is planning to release the LP Gossamer this month.

Hanna Kost

Hanna Kost

A few years since the last release, the latest track Tired Of The Sunshine, which was made avaialble as a stand alone single towards the end of last month (available on bandcamp), is also of the melancholic flow of previous material and being constructed around a soft pedal piano, than the more guitar led earlier works, perhaps even more expressively sadcore floating, as it does, within a slowly rotating frame which is highlighted by the tender tear streaked vocal which holds the listener in rapt attention.

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Beneath The Waves – Close Your Eyes – Audio

The US acoustic-indie project Beneath The Waves releases the three track single Count To Three! on the 12th of May.

Beneath The Waves

Beneath The Waves

The opening track Close Your Eyes has a warmth to it that fills the room with an ambient glow, infecting the listener with the sense of calmness and good temper.

Through the, four and a sixth minutes, song, additional instrumentation and volume flow through the speakers in a natural progression, which gives Close Your Eyes it emotional context.

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The Spase

The Spase from Halton in England is a semi-acoustic outfit centred around Andy ForrestPeter Walker and Simon Morris – plus additional players as makes sense.

The Spase - photo by trust a fox photography

The Spase – photo by trust a fox photography

Getting acoustic right is not something every band can do and writing songs specifically for acoustic presentation, in a world of ever more complex electronics, is a brave step. The Spase have every justification in so doing as the glittering melodies, which have a depth of tonality that captures the imagination, light-up the room.

Formed out of the embers of a previous iteration, by using extra instrumentation, which ranges though furrows of strings and players The Spase is able to bring fresh insight to each of their tracks, without the listener thinking – didn’t I just hear this? An impressive vocal is able to add considerable emotional context to the pieces and is deserving of far wider audience and their début eleven track LP – On A Cloud, which came out earlier this year is a fascinating journey which will, with fortune, gain them higher profile.

I wish The Spase every success with their career and I will certainly be dipping in to the music in the future.


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