Awe - Miracle Fortress - Was I The Wave? (CD, Album)

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  1. May 07,  · Everything Works, from the album "Was I the Wave?" by Miracle Fortress.
  2. Blending dreamy, atmospheric noise pop with Brian Wilson-style psychedelia, Miracle Fortress formed in as the solo project of Think About Life's Graham Van Pelt. He self-released Miracle Fortress' first EP, Watery Grave, that year, and went on to release his debut full-length, Five Roses, two years later.
  3. Apr 26,  · Miracle Fortress sophomore album: Was I The Wave? functions as a running sequence, though the A and B sides respectively reflect the darker and lighter moods of Miracle Fortress. High volume and repeat listens recommended. Other releases by Miracle Fortress.
  4. Canadiske Miracle Fortress har begået et album, der er svært at sætte i bås, og den slags menes velsagtens ofte i anmelderjargon som udtryk for noget positivt. Det er på sin vis også tilfældet her, men det hører samtidig med, at Was I The Wave? dybest set er lidt af en rodekasse.
  5. Music Reviews: Was I the Wave? by Miracle Fortress released in via Secret City. Genre: Indie Pop.
  6. Miracle Fortress discography and songs: Music profile for Miracle Fortress, formed Genres: Indie Pop, Dream Pop, Synthpop. Albums include Five Roses, Rough Trade Shops: Counter Culture 07, Missing: Awe.
  7. Mar 31,  · Miracle Fortress has finally returned with a sophomore offering, entitled Was I the Wave? It will be out via the newly launched biolowabuculgahillatassisute.coinfo as of April 26th, and is available for pre-order now from the new store. Pre-orders get an instant download of the album’s first single “Raw Spectacle” as well a remix by Pantha du Prince.
  8. Yes, there’s a lot to like about Miracle Fortress’ second album. Moving away from the sun-bleached, homespun pop of Five Roses, Graham Van Pelt’s latest record is less tethered, more willing to soar and glide. The cover of Was I The Wave? features a symmetrical image of a cloudy, blue-drenched sky. ‘Awe’, the spacey, shimmering opening track, drops you right in those clouds, a hazy, pleasant space .

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