1. Prism Waves - White Fog


    from Avela Media / Added

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    All footage was shot entirely on VHS in several of Americas wonder and awe inspiring National Parks. Thank you to all. Prism Waves EP, establishes an overarching aesthetic of melancholic yearning, which can be heard not just in the plaintive singing, but in the way the guitar notes are plucked, arranged and paced. The song sounds like something the Cure might have done for Faith, if it had come after bands like Slowdive and the Cocteau Twins gave moody, atmospheric melodies a new vocabulary. The sound of Courage also suggests that band-members Jordan Hubner and Zale Hassler were inspired by the nostalgic haziness of Phil Spector productions; more lo-fi than the live show, these recordings have an undeniable charm and warmth. "Heavy" recalls the emotional resonance of Beach House's Devotion, while the ethereal "I Am Now" has a tranquil feel that suggests what it would be like to lie back on a cloud, floating under a sea of stars and contemplating the universe. Music by - Prism Waves Video by Chris Brignola of Avela Media Avelamedia.com

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    • Prism Waves


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      • Fortunate Listener :: Prism Waves


        from Mighty Fine Productions / Added

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        Audiovore caught this heart breaker by Prism Waves, recorded at the first-ever Fortunate Listener at Mercury Cafe on March 27th, 2013. Stripes!

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