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Rain Crow

Rain Crow

Rain Crow


A DC psychedelic band rooted in the early DC hardcore scene, Rain Crow played in 1988 and 1989 with D.C. Space as unofficial headquarters. Described once by a scene luminary as "emo folk-core" (in the early Rites of Spring inspired sense of the term emo, which seems to change meaning often). Reviews- " Rain Crow is less headbang and more tuneful kinda folk-rock. The band has a more powerful kick, but they seem to value melodies over total raunch blur. Read more on Last.fm
A DC psychedelic band rooted in the early DC hardcore scene, Rain Crow played in 1988 and 1989 with D.C. Space as unofficial headquarters. Described once by a scene luminary as "emo folk-core" (in the early Rites of Spring inspired sense of the term emo, which seems to change meaning often). Reviews- " Rain Crow is less headbang and more tuneful kinda folk-rock.

The band has a more powerful kick, but they seem to value melodies over total raunch blur. John Boyd (Benskin)'s guitar is sturdy and tough, while vocalists Lynn Buchanan and Donald Keesing lock in some fine, supple harmonies." - John Dougan, Option Magazine May/June '89-- "Rain Crow play tight, intense, Velvet Underground-like head music. Deeply textured, flowing and full of fantastic guitar work. Icy Stairs is a beauty of a song." -Jimijam, DC Rox-- "Buy it, beg it, borrow it or steal it (Between Showers 7' EP) Rain Crow is one of the best new bands on vinyl today" - Larry Helm, George Washington University Hatchet, Feb 2, 1989-- "Give It Time is the best cut on the EP -it's got a good groove, the harmonies are gritty, but pretty (like John and Exene), The guitars hummmmm like a stoned hummingbird on a lazy, hot day." -John Thundercat, WDC Period, Fall '88-- "Rain Crow...

play creative, kinda droopy post-punk psychedelia with a country good naturedness." -Elizabeth Greene, Washington City Paper, Nov. 4, 1988 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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