Saturday, time for some new music. I’ve been following the online magazine Indierepublik (formerly Indie Berlin) for a while now, way before they wrote a really good review for After 1989.
They caught my attention with an article they published a couple of days ago, a review for the new album by Cameron Hassard, titled Rings.
Cameron Hassard’s smouldering yet poetic vocals guide you through his sometimes ethereal, sometimes groovy, sometimes dark tunes.
The promise of an album presenting itself like a movie, narrated by an artist that sounds a bit like Mark Lanegan, was alluring enough. So I went, and what a surprise. This is a great finding — treat yourself with this gem of an album:
Rings was produced and recorded at Berlin’s Famous Gold Watch Records by Cameron James Laing (Universal).
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