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Glowhouse

Glowhouse

Glowhouse


This project is solace. It's that single pinewood cabin, built with calloused hands, up in all that black, whose single candle light still flickers on the worn, knotted dining room table, and you can make it out on the hillside - a dim, vague glow in the middle of all those trees in the middle of that mist that holds them. You can go to those places, in the stillness, when you close your eyes to these sounds. Alex Sugg took a dream and told it in a song. Read more on Last.fm
This project is solace. It's that single pinewood cabin, built with calloused hands, up in all that black, whose single candle light still flickers on the worn, knotted dining room table, and you can make it out on the hillside - a dim, vague glow in the middle of all those trees in the middle of that mist that holds them. You can go to those places, in the stillness, when you close your eyes to these sounds. Alex Sugg took a dream and told it in a song. Musically, Albuquerque, New Mexico doesn't hold a large amount of precedence when it comes to the voices who call it home, but that may soon change. Alex Sugg has been heavily involved in multiple projects vastly different from this particular priority: Glowhouse - a folk-esque, neo-soul, haunting and beautiful focus that acts as an outlet and a love and a dream. Glowhouse reveals a more minimalistic artistry when compared to his previous endeavors. December's limited-release, Winter 2009, was little more than an acoustic guitar accompanying heavy vocal direction, but it was something new, and acted as the perfect catalyst towards an enthusiastic acceptance, which encouraged its dreamy, creative freedom.

A sadness and a joy seemed to flow out of Sugg's vocal chords, and they came out together, conflicted and at peace; both teary nods of understanding and blurred questions resonating off of the chords his fingers find in that guitar. Now, after months of spilling pen to paper, Deadweight follows as Glowhouse's debut long player. Full instrumentation finds its way into the recordings, and while continuing that vocal drive, there is a song writing maturity manifest structurally and lyrically. Tracks like "Afternoon" explore a lighter tone, and the sounds shine like colors. Life, love, loss and growth pour themselves out in the gloomy, folk-laden ambience of the album, and tenfold from the stage.

It resonates thickly, pierces deeply, and it floats in the air like you can see it and get carried away to wherever its waves take you. Here's to hoping you find your dream, your glowing candle in that quiet, lonely country. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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