Fair and Kind | A Little Past Twilight

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A Little Past Twilight

by Fair and Kind

Exquisite vocals and sparkling guitars converge in the delightful debut album from melodic siblings Arthi Meera and Anand.
Genre: Pop: Dream Pop
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1. The Signal
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2. A Fabulous Disaster
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3. Channel One
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4. Listen Like It's Static
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5. When We're Good
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6. Dagny
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7. Silty Sea
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8. November
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9. The Profiteers
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10. Dignified
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11. Last Song for Now
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Fair and Kind is the collaboration of siblings Arthi Meera and Anand Subramanian. Their debut album, A Little Past Twilight, self-released in October 2008, features exquisite vocals, sparkling guitars, and lavish melodies.

Arthi Meera and Anand grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, singing along to The Smiths and The Sundays while shuffling between piano lessons and Hindustani classical vocal training. After a decade of playing solo and with different bands, they converged in Los Angeles to form Fair and Kind. Written in the tiny apartment they shared in Little Armenia, A Little Past Twilight unites their years of musical experience with the influences they shared growing up under one roof.

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Allison Callan Schwartz


A great album to listen to. I just bought a copy for my brother who is a big Sundays fan - I think he'll love it.
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dallas hogue

a little past twilight
absolutely amazing!
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Jerry

Brilliant
Gorgeous, thoughtful, shimmering, evocative, deep and tender music...it's fair to say that I'm kind of in love with this album!
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Talat Arain


Beautiful voices ! first time ive heard you sing , all the songs were wonderful .
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Anne Salvadori


Having waited so long to hear these voices, so glad to discover I love it! Favorites: A Fabulous Disaster & Listen Like It's Static
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Anita


Thank you for sharing your talents with the world! I was delightfully surprised by your lilting voices and music.
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Ramkumar Sridharan


Really amazing sound! Arthi Meera's voice has a truly melancholic feel to it, makes me think of Dolores O Riordan and Jewel.. I love the instrumentation too, esp the start of "Dagny". I really love the melodic range of both voices. My favorites (for now): Dagny, Listen Like It's Static, Channel One. Guaranteed to life your spirits!
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