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Ethan Gold

Songs From A Toxic Apartment

    Like an underbelly of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Songs From a Room’, Gold’s debut is a tactile journey through the toxicity of memory. Where Justin Vernon escaped to the woods, Ethan Gold escaped deeper into the city, recording and mixing alone in a collapsing building in the wastelands of Los Angeles.

    Gold, native son of San Francisco, grew up in the hangover that followed free love - son of Beat-adjunct writer Herbert Gold - and was raised with various step-families by his mother Melissa, who was tragically killed in a helicopter crash with the legendary rock promoter Bill Graham. For Ethan, the escape was always into his songs and the dreams where he hears them.


    STAFF COMMENTS

    Barry says: Channeling the melodic, rapidly shifting psychedelic moods of the brilliant Morgan Delt, with some high-octane bursts of full-force rock and electronics thrown in there for good measure, this is a refined and unforgettable debut LP.


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