Tag Archives: Adrienne Marie

Barcelona: The Melodrama

Adrienne Marie, contributor Earlier this year Seattle band Barcelona – who’ve made it quite big, at this point – released a three-part EP series, The Melodrama. The first EP, Love Me, left me skeptical and a bit worried that all three would be clad with terribly-produced, reverb-saturated drums, awful repetitive noise, and cliché, sappy lyrics. But I wanted to give …

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Music Review – Autumn Electric – Flowers for Ambrosia

Adrienne Marie, contributor  The term “progressive” can be just as confusing as “alternative” (what the hell does that mean these days, anyway?). Sometimes music moves forward, using modern ideas, breaks that tired, old pop format, and can only be tagged with the label of “progressive.” I’d say that the newly-released fourth full-length album from Autumn Electric, Flowers for Ambrosia, is …

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