Saturday, August 10, 2019

The track "1996, For Luke Graham, Ryan Hibler and Aaron Mickelson" by Drew Danburry has a sweet embrace

The track 1996, For Luke Graham, Ryan Hibler and Aaron Mickelson (yes that is really the name) by singer-songwriter Drew Danburry is so stuffed with lovely sing-songy earworm melodies, embracing production touches and Danburry's friend folkish vocal performance. The rhythms, which at first feel saturated in guitar sounds, is also propelled by, not only the bass and drums, but cool and lush Fender Rhode-esque piano (really love it). Dig this song so much. 

Robb Donker


Drew Danburry has toured and released records independently since 2003. He's released over 20 albums and 13 EPs (400+ songs people). From the year 2005 to 2010, he toured endlessly playing over 750 shows worldwide until he disintegrated inside of the tiniest of shells and almost lost himself forever.

He received attention from NPR, Stereogum, Daytrotter, Magnet Magazine, Said the Gramophone, Large Hearted Boy, Orange Alert, Heave Media, Pete Nema, The 405, Apes on Tape, The Music Ninja, TRT! (The Round Table) The Bomber Jacket, and even Design Mom.
He toured and played with many different bands such as Deer Tick, Neon Trees, Joshua James, Say Anything, Jake Bellows (of Neva Dinova), Bishop Allen, An Horse, Lenka, Math the Band, Miniature Tigers, Pomegranates, Wye Oak, Paleo, Harry and the Potters, Mount Eerie, The Robot Ate Me (Ryland Bouchard), Emperor X, Headlights, Desert Noises, LiluDallas, Jacob Smigel, Iji, Adam and Darcie, and TaughtMe as well as many others.

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