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Here and There

by Madelaine Raye

Singer-songwriter storytelling meets the grunge era in Madelaine Raye's debut EP.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Dreams
3:16 $0.99
2. 7/17
3:35 $0.99
3. Lately (Here and There Version)
4:59 $0.99
4. Nothing Better
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Album Notes
While completing a degree in audio technology, Madelaine Raye began to record what would become her debut EP, Here and There.

On Here and There, Madelaine Raye blends grunge, folk, and metal influences into a collection of songs that ebbs between gritty and gentle. Here and There begins with “Dreams,” a delicate recollection of a long-lost relationship. After this, “7/17” and “Lately” deal with the feelings of isolation and loneliness that sometimes strike unexpectedly in adult life. Both tracks are honest in the sense that they admit to not seeing much hope in moving on from traumatic events. Despite these admissions, the EP ends with “Nothing Better,” in which Raye admits to feeling strong at the end of an unhealthy love affair.

Here and There shows Madelaine Raye’s willingness and ability to address the flippant nature of her emotions. A human being is rarely solely joyful or solely miserable at a given moment. Rather, our emotions swirl within us, and we must choose which we want to address, which we want to push down, and which we want to simply feel. It is with this approach that Madelaine Raye wrote Here and There, so named because of its being recorded across New York City, Paris, and rural Pennsylvania. The EP comprises a range of genres and is made up of sounds from three distinct places, yet comes together as a cohesive body of work.



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