I got to play this little gem of a show at the Beck Center for the Arts in Cleveland, OH. I don't think I've played for a more attentive and supportive audience before, and I would do it all again in a heartbeat. Thankfully they kept the cameras rolling for this song, so you get to enjoy it too:
"...something more folky in the veins of Bob Dylan and Bon Iver..."
Thank you so much, VENTS Magazine! This video, directed by Gordon Freas of Tiny Citrus Films was so much fun to shoot. I couldn't be happier to see it premiere on VENTS! Check it out!
"...The first to represent a body of work that can be dissected into witticism-thoughts via immigrant songs that describe the American landscape in folklore."
A huge huge thank you to Nadeem from Elevtrtrax for his glowing (and extensive!) review of my newest single "Coal Miner's Son". Please read his kind words (the quote above is just the tip of the iceberg) and remember to look out for my debut album Red Horses on September 23rd on iTunes/Spotify/TIDAL/etc.
"His perspective and clever writing shine through over pristine guitar melodies... The new album will be one to firm plant on your radar."
GroundSounds was very generous in their premiere of my new song "In The Year 2010 (Of Our Lord)". Jake's review of the song is flattering beyond belief and makes me a little shy. But only a little! Enjoy the write-up and look out for my new album coming on September 23rd.
"...a breath of fresh air... a truly talented vocalist, discussing his raw emotions in simplicity."
This afternoon, Impose Magazine premiered my new song "Red Horses". Thank you so much, Impose Magazine! It's really encouraging and humbling to read Meredith's review of the song. Check it out and stay tuned for my first full-length album coming September 23rd on Brilliant Green Records.
Hi everyone! I have a few shows coming up around the bend. Come hang out!
Monday, August 24th // 7:30 PM
The Soul Glo Project August Show // Silvana
FREE VERY SHORT SHOW* // all ages
Thursday, August 27th // 10 PM
New Pabsco Bar (with Hamin Reed)
FREE SHOW // 21+
Monday, August 31st // 6 PM
Rockwood Music Hall // Stage 1
FREE SHOW // 21+
Wednesday, September 2nd // 7 PM
Pianos // Tickets Link
8 human dollars // 21+
*some amazing standup, improv, and sketch/music to follow
Good news for people who like my song “Don’t Break My Heart”!
If you wanna hear it surrounded by some amazing other songs, head onto The Indie Rock Playlist and check out their playlist for February 2014!
Bad news for people who dislike it dough.
It looks like Bring Prudence made it onto the birp.fm December 2013 Indie Playlist! Thanks guys!
Very honored to be next to The Head and the Heart, Okkervil River, and José Gonzáles. Click on the image to listen to the entire playlist:
Brooklyn-based songwriter and self taught electronic musician Bring Prudence (Oleh Zaychenko) released a beautiful EP called Aliens back in August. All this time, I’ve been thinking that I was going to post about one of the tracks from it here on the blog, right up until I started to put together this post and I realized that the track I had in mind all along was from his 2010 record Engineers. I guess I’ll have to blame this on my sometimes lack of attention to detail, as well as the general chaotic nature of my iTunes library at times. Either way, Engineers AND the newish Aliens EP are both worth a listen. Both have beats, synths, and catchy melodies.
What a great write-up by Matt Bomarr from the Bomarr Blog! Thanks, Matt!
And if you wanna hear “Furniture”, you can play it right here.
Bring Prudence Aliens self-released; 2013 3.8 out of 5 By Eva Cantillo
Thanks to The Equal Ground Blog for an awesome review of Aliens!