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Ravenswood

by Class M Planets

Raspy Earworm Art Rock
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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2. Invasive Species
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3. Yer Wings
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10. Molasses
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11. Free Wishes
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Ravenswood is the long awaited follow-up to the 2014 LP, Deerpath. All the songs are creations of Adam Goldman and Ravenswood is a stylistic variety of big progressive pop anthems and a more minimalist freak folk style. Ravenswood's 14 songs reflect a variety of different styles and moods that it explores without hesitation. Each song reflects a certain truth telling with every chord and vocal utterance and expresses an experimental spirit that inspires unpredictability in an exciting and mysterious way.

Ravenswood transitions from a host of guest musicians into a fully formed group, and the organic feel of the rock arrangements really shows. For many years Adam fronted the group, thebrotheregg, and Ravenswood has for this release, the full band as contributors so one might argue that this album is also a follow-up to the previous thebrotheregg works as well. Perhaps a follow up to 2001's "Snowflake and Fingerprint Machine" (also available through CD Baby).

Like Deerpath before it, Ravenswood aspires to reach the unknown in pop, punk, and lo-fi psychedelic languages as it explores the psyche, the world, and life, through Adam's smokey lyrics and a complexity of rad riffs and rhythms.

This album is purely a product of the group's life in the Pacific Northwest and Portland, Oregon in general.

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