|Artist:||Other Lives||Added:||Jun 2011|
|Add Date:||2012-01-08||Pull Date:||2012-03-11|
|Week Ending:||Mar 11||Mar 4||Feb 26||Feb 19||Feb 12||Feb 5||Jan 29||Jan 22|
|1.||Mar 03, 2016:||radio seven
|4.||Jan 25, 2013:||FOLKTRONICA
|2.||Jun 04, 2015:||A Visit From Drum
|5.||May 20, 2012:||There and Back Again
|3.||Nov 29, 2013:||Killer Yellow
|6.||Mar 09, 2012:||There and Back Again
1) 2:40 Steady repeated horns, with lyrical violin
2) 3:47 Tambourine and big vocal chorus, with more wandering and softer verses sprinkled with light piano.
3) 4:11 Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke says he wishes he wrote this song. Like a low-key indie version of a Western movie soundtrack. Makes you feel like you’re galloping through the desert under the moonlight.
4) 4:08 Arcade Fire-like feel, with piano and vocal choruses up front (title track.
5) 4:57 Strummed country guitar, ambient background soundscape, tinkling piano, chill vocals, build-up in intensity toward the end.
6) 3:50 Steady percussion and piano, with echoed layered vocals in a sort of Beatles-like harmony.
7) 4:09 Deliberate, with steady repeated piano chords, twangy guitar, and crooning vocals. A song to rock back and forth to.
8) 2:21 True to its name, a track filled with woodwind instrumentals, but also background piano and airy vocals and deep bass drums.
9) 4:27 Distant-sounding drums, quavering violins, and echo-y vocals.
10) 3:18 Calm violins, piano, and crooning, embedded in a rich soundscape.
11) 2:32 Ambient sounds, distant horn melody drifting in and out.
12) 3:49 Somehow sounds low-key and triumphant at the same time; steady drums, violin, crooning.
|2.||As I Lay My Head Down||7.||Old Statues|
|5.||Dust Bowl Iii||10.||Landforms|