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Review | Kris Orlowski – Pieces We Are EP

It’s already December, and everyone is beginning to post their Best Of 2012 lists. But I haven’t begun to think about any year end lists, as I’ve been hung up on some albums that have snuck up on me as the weather has turned colder. One of those albums, which I can’t stop listening to, is the Pieces We Are EP by Kris Orlowski and Andrew Joslyn. The record, which came out in October, is an orchestral folk rock record that features a 17-piece orchestra that makes all five songs sound as equally grand as they are beautiful. Here at…

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New Music | Noah Gundersen – Family

Noah Gundersen – Fire From a small town halfway down I-5 between Seattle and the Columbia River, Noah Gundersen recently released an EP entitled Family that is full of beautifully written songs about his family and life in small-town Centralia, Washington. Only in his early twenties, Gundersen writes and sings like he’s looking back on his life, some decades later. His sound is a perfect mix of folk and americana sung over his sister Abby’s backing vocals and violin. It is definitely this kid’s voice that hits you first. There’s tangible emotion and heart in every song he sings, whether…