Wednesday, November 09, 2011

The brighter side of dark

Omaha's Saddle Creek Records is ground central for emo, and when a couple of young women from Atlanta moved to Omaha, it was only natural that they went from being alterna-chicks to doing that Saddle Creek sound. This is Azure Ray, "Beautiful Things Can Come From The Dark", which alas does not appear to be on any of their albums... it is, however, available from iTunes and presumably other electronic music stores as a single.

-- Badtux the Music Penguin

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