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Moses Sumney Captures Fragments of Humanity in New Single “Bless Me”

Ever exploring the concept of duality, musician Moses Sumney captures the contrast of human emotion with wide brush strokes and no desire to stay within the confines of a canvas not cut from his own cloth. His latest single, “Bless Me,” is no exception. “Bless Me” is inherent of Sumney’s signature sound. Its slow and […]

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Moses Sumney promises a mesmerizing soundscape on upcoming album græ, shares new song “Cut Me”

Moses Sumney has announced the release date of the first part of their new album græ with the unveiling of another single off it, “Cut Me.” The new track embodies much of the same, insatiable wonder that gleams off many of their songs, basking in the improvised nature of their gospel-sized ballads; swirling and darting between […]

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Moses Sumney loses himself in the void on new single “Indulge Me”

With his forthcoming debut album Aromanticism out in just a few weeks, Moses Sumney has unveiled another single, “Indulge Me,” from his concept album about the sonic dreamscapes of lovelessness. Dually breathy and suffocating, Sumney’s still-life atmospherics of lightly scratched guitar strums are texturized in the surreality that gushes from his raspy croons and velvet murmurs. His […]

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Moses Sumney shares new track “Everlasting Sigh,” plays Getty in June

Moses Sumney had a breakout 2015. He opened for St. Vincent and Erykah Badu at the Hollywood Bowl and his 7″ with Terrible Records was very well regarded. He also dropped in on Solange’s FYF Fest set. Now, the singer-songwriter has released a new song “Everlasting Sigh” ahead of a series of festival dates, as well […]

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Despite an LA audience that didn’t know how to STFU, Hundred Waters puts El Rey crowd into trance

If I was to guess what music would sound like in the year 2200, it would resemble something like Hundred Waters. Combining electronic and folk music seamlessly, the Florida four-piece delivered a hypnotic set at the El Rey Theatre on Friday night. Playing material from their 2014 release The Moon Rang Like a Bell, Hundred Waters […]

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Win Tickets to Dr. Dog at the Wiltern

Dr. Dog headlines the Wiltern on Thursday, February 27. This indie rock group is an eclectic mix of folk, blues, soul, and bluegrass. From the beginning, everyone knew Dr. Dog would make it big. They’ve made appearances on late night T.V. numerous times and immediately gained a growing fan base. Despite the changes in members, […]

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Win Tickets to Junip at the Belasco – October 20

On Sunday, October 20, the Swedish psychedelic-folk band Junip will be headlining at the Belasco with supporting act, Moses Sumney. The band was originally formed in 1998 but released their debut album until 2010, due to vocalist José González‘ successful solo career. We last caught them at the Eagle Rock Music Arts Center three years ago, […]

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