The Diamond Center | My Only Companion

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My Only Companion

by The Diamond Center

Female fronted Psychedelic-Folk. Wall of sound reverb fortress. Melancholy yet hopeful.
Genre: Folk: Psych-folk
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
THE DIAMOND CENTER pairs a wall of reverb and noise with an eerie
gothic country creeper, creating an unique blend that is hard to put a
finger on. Influenced by albums spanning the musical spectrum, they
hint of Phil Spector and Joe Meek’s experimental studio style, the live
rawness of the Velvet Underground, as well as the nouveau psych-folk
stylings of the Brian Jonestown Massacre and Espers.
The debut album from The Diamond Center, “Claws & Flaws,” was
a little gem that few heard, but those who did raved about it. The
band has been compared favorably to Neko Case, Loretta Lynn, and
My Morning Jacket, and called everything from psychedelic alt.
country to noisy cowpunk.
With their second full length cd, My Only Companion (due out
May 2009), THE DIAMOND CENTER have created a cohesive body of
work that draws upon the melancholy bitterness and the unexpected
sweetness of life through haunting vocals, minimalist percussion and
layers of reverb drenched swirling guitars.

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