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Mine - Picastro - Red Your Blues (CD, Album)


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  1. Resplendent in a hand-etched case that looks like a well-worn school desk, the second album from Toronto based Picastro slips comfortably into the slipstream created by their debut 'Red Your Blues'. Undoubtedly familiar to many through their recent appearance on The Wire's 'Tapper 13', Picastro share much with the elongated grandeur of God Speed You Black Emperor or a downtempo Masada.
  2. Tell Me Your Blues And I'll Tell You Mine There is no question that between and the early s that Savannah Churchill was a major star within the African American audience of America. Sadly, today though she is virtually forgotten.
  3. Whore Luck by Picastro, released 11 September 1. Hortur 2. Car Sleep 3. Friend Of Mine 4. In The Weeds 5. All Erase 6. Ghosts 7. Towtruck 8. Stair Keeper 9. Albanis Older Lover.
  4. Picastro, Category: Artist, Albums: Exit, You, Whore Luck, Metal Cares, Singles: Limiti, Where Are You & Thursday, Cauchemar, Prologue, Baila, Top Tracks: Hortur, Dramaman, No Contest, Friend of Mine, Mirror Age, Biography: A mysterious and enigmatic figure -- supposedly raised in a deaf family, being genetically deaf herself, and having learned to sign as her first language -- Picastro front.
  5. Their fourth album, Become Secret, finds them on top form once again, with the familiar accompaniment of cello, acoustic guitar, drums and piano employed to great effect on songs that incorporate Eastern-European folk themes, bleak cinematic soundscapes and dark, unsettling pop Since the release of their debut album Red Your Blues in , Toronto-based Artist have continued to mine a rich.
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  7. The cult Canadian avant-folkers return with their fourth album, become Secret, a dark and very rich listening experience that finds the band's frontwoman and songwriter, Liz Hysen, at the top of her game. Beginning with the elegantly rundown piano and cello of 'Twilight Parting', the band seem to sigh into life, leading you towards the more menacing sounds of 'A Dune A Doom' which adds a cloak.