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Arc Iris

Arc Iris

Artist: Arc Iris

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Digital Album: $9.99
Arc Iris
Arc Iris

Artist: Arc Iris
MP3
1. Money Gnomes
$1.29
2. Lost on Me
$1.29
3. Whiskey Man
$1.29
4. Canadian Cowboy
$1.29
5. Singing So Sweetly
$1.29
6. Ditch
$1.29
7. Honor of the Rainbows I
$1.29
8. Honor of the Rainbows II
$1.29
9. Powder Train
$1.29
10. Might I Deserve to Have a Dream
$1.29
11. Swimming
$1.29

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Anti/Epitaph
Rel. Date: 04/01/2014
UPC: 045778731428

More Info:

Arc Iris is the orchestral pop project of Jocie Adams, a former core member of The Low Anthem. The singer and multi-instrumentalist formed the collective to present her ambitious new songs. The band includes a collective of 4 musicians plus Jocie with additional players frequently joining to expand the sound further, to create their wild exploration of all kinds of musical styles - jazz, prog rock, blues, country, folk, and classical styles.

Reviews:

Bob Boilen of NPR All Songs Considered calls the music "somewhat cabaret, somewhat orchestral folk, a bit of show tune and jazz band, " while The Deli Magazine writes, "the five-piece group had everything you could want in a live performance--intense energy, appreciation for performing and incredible talent…they are something akin to a soul/folk/jazz amalgamation. "

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