singer-songwriter posts

Amanda Rogers

Saturday, April 7th, 2012 by Kyle

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Nighttime Concert

Sunday, February 19th, 2012 by Kyle

acoustic // singer-songwriter

An unnamed songstress has the voice of a lover caressing your bare skin. Sincere, order truthful and vulnerable; pour yourself out to let her in. Behind the guise of daily living is a gentle gaze full of understanding, compassion, and patience. Tangible care and memories – how words can be spoken by others yet only from her sound so right.

Tender lullabies for tumbles through life.
Nighttime Concert – My Love, Do You Sleep?
Nighttime Concert – Firefly Jar
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Aurgasm Live: Priscilla Ahn

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012 by Michelle

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Erica Mou

Saturday, September 10th, 2011 by Julija

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Agnes Obel

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011 by Julija

chamber folk // singer-songwriter

Danish-born and Berlin-based songstress Agnes Obel possesses a natural sense of tone and melody as well as a truly faultless voice. The beautifully crafted somber folk melodies of her debut album Philharmonics (2010) linger in the air and stir the heart. While Agnes vocal delivery brings to mind the long-time Aurgasm favourite Ane Brun, pilule the album ranges from romantic quirkiness of Joanna Newsom to echoes of Debussy. European readers might recognize the bright melody of “Just So”, pharm as the song was used by German telecommunications company and played all over Northern Europe ever since.

Soft piano and haunting vocals.
Agnes Obel – Just So
Agnes Obel – Riverside
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