Springtime Carnivore / Midnight Room
Album: Midnight Room   Collection:General
Artist:Springtime Carnivore   Added:Oct 2016
Label:Autumn Tone  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2016-10-19 Pull Date: 2016-12-18
Week Ending: Dec 11 Dec 4 Nov 20 Nov 13 Nov 6 Oct 30 Oct 23
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Recent Airplay
1. Jul 12, 2024: KZSU Time Traveler
Nude Polaroids
4. Feb 19, 2021: KZSU Time Traveler
Raised By Wolves
2. Feb 10, 2023: KZSU Time Traveler
Midnight Room
5. Oct 02, 2020: KZSU Time Traveler
Midnight Room
3. Mar 25, 2022: KZSU Time Traveler
Midnight Room
6. Jan 04, 2019: KZSU Time Traveler
Midnight Room

Album Review
Francis D
Reviewed 2016-10-15
“Midnight Room” Springtime Carnivore
Exceptional album by L.A.-based singer-songwriter, Greta Morgan. A tasty blend of melodic indie pop, folk-rock and psychedelic. Morgan is the former lead singer of Gold Motel and has toured with La Sera. Much of the album was created coming out of a difficult breakup. It was produced by the producer for Future Islands and Beach House. Somewhat reminiscent of Rilo Kiley/Jenny Lewis and even Sea of Bees on some tracks. Really well written and arranged — without being overly slick. Highly recommended!
— Francis

Recommended: 1, 5, 7, 4, 10. No FCCs detected.

1. (4:12) Midnight Room — Rapidly strummed acoustic guitar with a hint of synth. Dreamy, soaring vocals. Crisp rhythm. Ringing guitar in lead break. ****
2. (3:43) Face in the Moon — Up-tempo anthem supported by plinky piano, synths, electronic beat, and lilting, melancholy vocals. ****
3. (3:39) Into the Avalanche — More prominent piano with wistful vocals. Painting a midnight blue dreamscape.
4. (4:52) Double Infinity — Intricate 80s ballad showcasing shimmering synths. Persistent tom-tom beat. Plaintive vocals. ***
5. (3:32) Raised by Wolves — Up-tempo, driving, almost alt country, dressed up with sparkling synths. Busy bass line. Vocals in upper range. ****
6. (4:12) Nude Polaroids — Fragile and intricate. Strummed guitar with flute-like synths and chimes. Vocals float above. Saxophone trail-out.
7. (4:26) Under the Spell — Rock anthem feeling — like an old Fleetwood Mac tune. Guitar. Lots of keyboards. ***
8. (3:31) Wires Crossing — Swelling synths, brushes on drums, and sad expressive vocals. Full chorus throughout. Piano in lead breaks.
9. (4:30) Bad Dream Baby — Very deliberate pace. Tribal drums. Harpsichord. Chime-y guitars. Definitely Sea of Bees here.
10. (3:28) Rough Magic — (Room ambiance for 5 sec. at start) Soaringly, achingly sentimental. Lonely, longing, cathedral-like vocals. Simple, repeating piano. Great closer! ***

Track Listing
1. Midnight Room   6. Nude Polaroids
2. Face In The Moon   7. Under The Spell
3. Into The Avalanche   8. Wires Crossing
4. Double Infinity   9. Bad Dream Baby
5. Raised By Wolves   10. Rough Magic