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Tiny Ruins & Hamish Kilgour - Hurtling Through (2015)

8-12-2015, 17:05
Music | Folk | Pop | Rock | Alternative | Indie | FLAC / APE

Title: Hurtling Through
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Bella Union
Genre: Alternative, Indie, Folk, Rock, Pop
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 25:44 min
Total Size: 142 MB


1. Tread Softly 03:51
2. Hurtling Through 03:17
3. Turn Around 03:00
4. Little Did I Know 04:42
5. Wandering Aengus 04:53
6. Public Menace 01:43
7. King's County 04:18

Hurtling Through was recorded and produced in collaboration with US-based Hamish Kilgour, of The Clean. The two first met in New York City in the late fall of 2013, where they spent a week performing a number of shows together. On the final day of Fullbrook's stay in New York, they recorded two songs in a basement studio with engineer & producer Gary Olson. A year later, Fullbrook was back in New York after a long stint of touring, and the pair recorded an additional four tracks, again with Olson. The result is a seven-track EP of folk-based songs. The record includes two W.B. Yeats poems set to music, as well as a field recording of a late-night Brooklyn walk - with percussionist Kilgour taking a silver spoon to the railings and lamp-posts of the borough. The tracks feature Fullbrook on acoustic and electric guitars, her distinctive vocals captured in a raw & natural form. Kilgour contributes on drums and an eclectic array of percussion, with guest appearances from Greg Vegason saxophone, and Danny Tunick on bass and vibraphone.

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LD   User offline   9 December 2015 05:21

Fabulous. Thanks!

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