The more I listen to the latest single for Arp, the more I just want to fall in love with the band; you know give myself over to their grandeur. This track begins on the backbone of a nice little piano bounce, with airy vocals plodding along atop. A distant guitar meanders through in the distance about midway through the track, leaving an emotional touch that really steps up the song’s level of achievement, emotionally speaking. More, the new album from the group, will be available for everyone to enjoy on September 17th via Smalltown Supersound. Can’t wait.
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I know I’m usually the one with a tendency towards power-pop or punk rock here, but I couldn’t resist posting this incredible song from Arp. The project of Alexis Georgopoulos has been quiet since 2010, though he’s popped up here and there. This piece exemplifies why Arp is such a special listen, revolving around the voice for the most part, though the entrance of horns and organ definitely take the song into another level of beauty. I’m in love with Alexis’ voice throughout the tune, softly operatic and accented by the light guitar work backbone. His new record, More, will come out on September 19th via Smalltown Superound.
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Dan Snaith and his band known as Caribou will be stopping by La Zona Rosa in Austin for a highly anticipated show. Joining Mr. Snaith on the stage is New York band Arp. I would recommend starting your weekend right and making it out to this one before them tickets sell out.
Download: Caribou – Found Out [MP3]