Posts Tagged: Peals

Peals ~ Seltzer

Peals has never sounded like the work of two bass players (Future Islands’ William Cashion and Double Dagger’s Bruce Willen).  2013 debut Walking Field demonstrated a wide variety of influences, from ambient to surf rock, while showcasing the talents of cellist Kate

Peals ~ Seltzer

Peals has never sounded like the work of two bass players (Future Islands’ William Cashion and Double Dagger’s Bruce Willen).  2013 debut Walking Field demonstrated a wide variety of influences, from ambient to surf rock, while showcasing the talents of cellist Kate

LCNL 020: ACL Spring Mix (Richard Allen)

The thirteen tracks in A Closer Listen’s first seasonal mix were chosen by Richard Allen and lightly mixed by Joseph Sannicandro. They represent Rich’s picks of the season: his favorite tracks from the first 120 albums he’s reviewed this year.

LCNL 020: ACL Spring Mix (Richard Allen)

The thirteen tracks in A Closer Listen’s first seasonal mix were chosen by Richard Allen and lightly mixed by Joseph Sannicandro. They represent Rich’s picks of the season: his favorite tracks from the first 120 albums he’s reviewed this year.

Peals ~ Walking Field

Listening to preview track “Blue Elvis”, embedded below, one receives a first impression of Peals as a languid guitar-based band.  But Peals – who fill the speakers, but are actually a duo – are so diverse that no single track can do

Peals ~ Walking Field

Listening to preview track “Blue Elvis”, embedded below, one receives a first impression of Peals as a languid guitar-based band.  But Peals – who fill the speakers, but are actually a duo – are so diverse that no single track can do