Posts Tagged ‘Charlie Rayne’

A few weeks following the release of Lebanese indie band Interbellum‘s sophomore album Dead Pets, Old Griefs on Ruptured, here are some of the reviews that were written about this unique collection of songs:

x Read Lie In The Sound‘s review here

x Read I Can Guarantee‘s review here

x Read We All Want Someone To Shout For‘s review here

x Read Barrygruff Music Blog‘s review here

x Read Arab News‘s review here

x Read Scene Noise‘s review here

x Read Various Small Flames‘s review here

x Read The Revue‘s review here

x Read Indie For Bunnies‘s review here

x Read American Pancake‘s review here

x Read Mp3hugger‘s review here

x Read L’Orient Le Jour‘s review here

x Read GQ Middle East‘s review here

x Read We Love That‘s review here


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I asked some of my musician friends from Beirut, to list their 10 favorite albums of 2014…
Or the music they’ve listened to the most during the past year, regardless of date of release

Charlie Rayne

In no particular order:

– The War On Drugs: Lost In The Dream
– Mac Demarco: Salad Days
– Rachel Glassberg: …And Other Disasters: Home Recordings
– Angel Olsen: Burn Your Fire For No Witness
– Sun Kil Moon: Benji
– Robert Leslie: A Shard Of The Mosaic
– Featherweights: S/t
– Youmna Saba: Njoum
– Future Islands: Singles
– Martha Rose: Behind Our Eyes

+ Reissue:
– Lewis: L’amour (1983)



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A radio show dedicated to the 4th edition of the Wickerpark Festival in Batroun, Lebanon, and featuring tracks by:

Charlie Rayne, Flum Project, How Sad, Mashrou’ Leila, Scrambled Eggs, Youmna Saba, and Z The People & Al Jihaz

> Listen to Part 1ruptures wicker park 29 august (part 1)

> Listen to Part 2ruptures wicker park 29 august (part 2)


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Lebanese singer/songwriter Charlie Rayne was the guest of Ruptures for an interview & live performance, a few days following the release of his first CD, Thirty Sunsets.

Click on the following links to listen to the show:
Charlie Rayne (part 1)Track 02
[Live sound by Fadi Tabbal]

Bob Dylan / Bright Eyes / Daniel Johnston / The Felice Brothers / The Incompetents / Mississippi John Hurt / Robert Leslie / The Tallest Man On Earth

[Photos by Tanya Traboulsi]

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I asked some of my favorite musician and artist friends, from Beirut and beyond, to list their 10 favorite albums of 2012…
Alternately, they could also provide me with a list of the records they listened to the most in 2012, regardless of date of release.

Charlie Rayne (musician)

– Beach House: Bloom (2012)
– Youth Lagoon: Year Of Hibernation (2011)
– The Tallest Man On Earth: There’s No Leaving Now (2012)
– Bon Iver: Bon Iver, Bon Iver (2011)
– Bright Eyes: I’m Wide Awake It’s Morning (2005)
– The Incompetents: Of Minor Differences… And Narcissism (2012)
– The Felice Brothers: Self-titled (2008)
– Neutral Milk Hotel: In The Aeroplane Over The Sea (1998)
– Tom Waits: Closing Time (1973)
– Nico: Chelsea Girls (1967)

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