Back in April, we told you about the new album There’s Always An End (And Always Another) from singer-songwriter No Museums. Recently, the Edmonton-based musician returned with a re-working of the record, and after just one listen, we’re hooked.
“The songs were stripped of all instrumentation except the drums and vocals, and then rebuilt/re-recorded again into something new but familiar. Acoustic guitars fill the spaces where once there were electrics. The bass got fuzzy. The endless loop is completed. The closed-circuit opens up.”
Listen to There’s Always An End (The Refraction Loop) in the embed, and hit up his socials for more. This is one artist you don’t want to sleep on.
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