Tag Archives: experimental pop

Braids Release Tragically Beautiful EP

Companion, the newest EP by Braids, rings in at approximately 19 minutes long, but carries more emotion than some full length albums. The EP follows the story of singer Raphaelle Standell-Preston’s recovery after being sexually abused. The eerie feeling of each song strongly parallels with the emotions that were confronted during the healing process, and
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Japanese Breakfast — Both the Calm and Storm

I’m not sure if it’s always been this way, but it seems as though so many artists are forming side projects that convey a completely different sound than the music they normally produce. It’s always a very unique experience to listen to an artist that is exploring their musical abilities in ways that you’re not
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