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Bright Eyes (Musicians)
Bright Eyes is an American indie band from Omaha, formed in 1995 by Conor Oberst. It consists of Oberst, producer Mike Mogis, trumpet and piano player Nate Walcott, and a rotating lineup of collaborators drawn primarily from Omaha’s indie music scene.
Bright Eyes in Features
Music − Interview | posted 30.06.2011
The things you wouldn't have known
Since the release of his first studio album in 1998, Conor Oberst and his label Saddle Creek, founded by his brother and his producer, left there imprint of an entire generation. The folk-based introverted music of Bright Eyes that is influenced by many different styles from electro to post-punk also stands for the return of authentic lo-fi-productions in the Noughties. Before the release of his latest record, Conor Oberst announced it to be the last Bright Eyes album.
Music − News | posted 24.06.2020
Apollo Brown & Che' Noir
Exclusive Edition: »As God Intended«
Apollo Brown has teamed up with Che’ Noir for »As God Intended«, which will be released by Mello Music Group on September 4, 2020. The album is exclusively available from us in a Coloured Vinyl Edition.
Music − News | posted 16.07.2020
HHV For The Culture
Save Your Club
In support of the club scene, which was hit hard by the Corona crisis, a Vinyl 7" series was created with three Berlin clubs that are strongly connected to us. The complete proceeds will go to the venues. Together »For The Culture«! Save your club!
Music − Review | posted 23.07.2020
On her first solo studio album in two years, »Hyakki Yagyō«, Eiko Ishibashi brings wonderfully wondrous sounds into flowing movements on two sound collages.
Music − Review | posted 20.07.2020
Towers Of Silence
A very deserving compilation brings us Stroom these days with »Towers Of Silence« from the Belgian Adult Fantasies.
Music − Portrait | posted 17.12.2020
On The Corner
Bangers for the backroom
With his label On the Corner Records, Pete Buckenham serves a heady stew of afro-futuristic jazz concepts and contemporary street grooves beyond the genre ascriptions, and is opening the gates to the sound universe of tomorrow.