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Electricana - unlikely mating of traditional acoustic elements and electronic experiments.

12 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Americana, ELECTRONIC: Experimental



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NYC native Paul Brill first chipped his musical teeth on the icy landscape of North-Central Vermont. After a few light-deprived winters, Paul hitched his wagon to the California Gold Rush, where he dabbled in brief stints as an herbal smokes salesman, valet, corporate errand boy, and marine biology instructor, among other glamorous endeavors. It was during this time that Paul began pursuing music in earnest, performing extensively across the U.S. Upon his return to NY, Paul worked at a small school in East Harlem, where he continues to volunteer when in town.

New Pagan Love Song is at once a look back and a lurch forward. Its twelve songs tell tales of weary souls, days wasted, and the dusty road home. Recorded during the longest winter in recent memory, New Pagan Love Song features Brill's longing voice and celebrated lyric. His songs are carried upon the driving rhythms of percussionist Joe Bonadio and fuse Brill's distinctive instrumentation with found sounds, samples, and bent beats. NPLS bridges fans of the new and old by honing in on what is essential in American music and forging an idiosyncratic yet welcoming sound.

"Melancholic anthems for the weary and down and out...Brill's defining moment." Critic's Choice - Top 10 CD of 2004 - Rolling Stone
"One of the most stunning and compelling albums released in 2004"
4.5 stars (out of 5), Editor's Choice - All Music Guide
"[Brill's] sly, pretty voice and acidic take on life...sucks you in...Pagan sounds like it could have been the soundtrack to a lost Wes Anderson film." GQ
"A demure opus that serves as a testament to the enduring potency of classical pop songwriting...A quiet accomplishment." - Pitchfork Media
"Exquisite" - Mojo
"For Those Wondering, 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?', He's Right Here" Billboard
"Charming and Confrontational" - Top 12 Independent Release of Year - Performing Songwriter
Winner - First Place - 2004 International Songwriting Competition (ISC)


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