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8 comments on “ Amber Arcades - Fading Lines (CD, Album)

  1. Oct 12,  · EN. After two EPs (Amber Arcades, ; Patiently, ), Amber Arcades (moniker of the Dutch Annelotte de Graaf) releases the debut album Fading Lines: a collection of 10 songs that we situate between indie rock and moustunousapesiliramblylolaran.xyzinfo Graaf's melodic and slightly husky voice, combined with whining guitars and a lot of echo, results in an album with beautiful pop songs that will please .
  2. Dec 22,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Amber Arcades - Constant’s Dream YouTube Amber Arcades - session at Into The Great Wide Open - Duration: 3voor12 5, views.
  3. Amber Arcades is the moniker of Dutch musician Annelotte de Graaf. Having written and recorded songs in a solo setting for some time, she flew out to New York in and teamed up with producer Ben Greenberg to record her debut album ‘Fading Lines.’.
  4. Whilst their wonderful debut was about the vagaries of the heart, Amber Arcades are more opaque. The words include musings on jetlag (“Fading Lines”) and idealistic architects (“Constant’s Dream”) and musically they have more in common with the way Stereolab mixed pop and Kraut Rock, where the vocals float over the top of deceptively 8/
  5. Amber Arcades, the moniker of Dutch musician Annelotte de Graaf, unveils her debut album, released on Heavenly Recordings. With motoric rhythms and ethereal vocals, ‘Fading Lines’ was recorded in New York with producer Ben Greenberg (The Men, Beach Fossils, Destruction Unit).
  6. The Amber Arcades Fading Lines record throws one back to the early manifesto of the luscious Lush shoegazing charabanc helped march a late 80's aural era in to the Britpop 90's. Think at this time of the American actions of Hope Sandoval and Mazzy Star as well to bring further ingredients to the table/5(12).
  7. Her output attracted the attention of Heavenly Recordings, which released her début full-length album, Fading Lines, in June In May , Amber Arcades shared their new ethereal track, ‘Wouldn’t Even Know’ featuring Bill Ryder-Jones.

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