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In truth, this is not Outasight‘s proper video for “Life Or Something Like It”. Normally I wouldn’t post stuff like this where it’s just a bunch of random images mixed with the audio, but it’s a good song and I had nothing better to do so…
Anyway, the EP that it’s from can be downloaded for free, so make it worth your while by clicking here.
If you have been in tune with the Seattle music scene for the last 10 or so years, you may be familiar with the name of Aileen Paron. She had stopped recording and performing for a few years, but has since resurfaced, releasing music as Scarlet Season. SS’ debut album, The Taxidermist (self-released), is the kind of dreamy pop you may remember if you were around in the early to mid-90′s, when airy vocals would mix in with an aggressive sound, be it acoustic, electronic, or a combination of both.
What the music offers is a revealing glimpse into the world of Paron, where she opens up her souls and allows people a chance to hear stories of her life and thoughts that may become audio reflections of experiences you have had in your life. Imagine some of the bitter romantic stories of a project like Supreme Beings Of Leisure, and you’ll get a slight sense of what Scarlet Season can be like, especially in a track like “Horse Fury”. I love the different textures of her music, whether it’s lyrics that conflict with the music or those that are a perfect companion to the music being heard. You want to welcome her into your listening life and yet feel a need to resist only because submitting yourself into her consciousness may make you weak in the knees… which is a good thing anyway.
What I also like is hearing a strong voice (and stories to go with it) from a woman. At times it feels as if that mixture is not being pushed, but then again, what’s mainstream music anyway but nuggets for potential endorsements? The Taxidermist is much more heartfelt, and like the album cover implies, you can hang it above your fireplace and go back to it every now and then. The songs are perhaps metaphorical trophies of times longed for and at times wished one could forget, but it’s there to stare/glare at. It’s for the listening.
(NOTE: The album was released late last year, but is being pushed to a bigger audience this spring.)
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Discovered this book review blog when someone had posted a review of a music book. Went through it and saw a number of books I immediately put on my want list. Created by Maria Popova and features a number of contributors.
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The show is no more, but you may explore the archives of this great Portland-based podcast while you can. You may now listen to Cort & Bobby in Welcome To That Whole Thing, listed below.