This weeks Tuesday Double Feature presents two different kinds of love stories that are as diverse as the musical styles that accompany them.
Gambles - "So I Cry Out"
The hauntingly rustic voice of Matthew Daniel Siskin is the weighty presence of Gambles. Birthed in the summer of 2012 from a need to address those unspoken things that linger in the shadow of all our lives, Siskin began to write the songs that would eventually become his debut album TRUST. Pressed on the Secretly Canadian label, the album is set for a US release on October 1st. I eagerly await this release and the honest songs held with in.
Until The Ribbon Breaks - "Pressure"
Like the soundtrack of a David Lynch film, the music of UK artist and producer Until The Ribbon Breaks has a uniquely compelling nature. Having released his debut EP A Taste of Silver, on Republic Records just this last week. URB is gearing up for a short but sweet US tour. With a high profile supporting slot with New Zealand artist Lorde, the closest he'll be getting to us is a sold out September 28th show in Seattle; but with any luck we can hope to see him some time in the near future.Keep your fingers crossed.