Miscalculations - Miracle Fortress - Was I The Wave? (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Miscalculations By Miracle Fortress. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Miscalculations. Featured on Was I the Wave? More by Miracle Fortress. Five Roses. Even In America. Let Me Be The 1. Here's To Feeling Good All The Time. Raw Spectacle. More Miracle Fortress. Listen to Miracle Fortress now. Listen to Miracle Fortress in.
  2. Canadian art-rock favourites Braids announce their first studio album in half a decade. Having spent nearly three years recording and tweaking it with the help of former Death Cab For Cutie guitarist Chris Walla, Shadow Offering is arguably the band’s most ambitious and sonically diverse album yet.
  3. Miracle Fortress is the cognomen for Montreal-based musician and producer Graham Van Pelt. His debut, Five Roses, received widespread critical praise, including a Polaris Music Prize short list sigzahlcirlniggviwanotenteecabikovs.coinfo released his sophomore effort, Was I the Wave? in , and is currently working on more music.
  4. Secret City Records is a Montreal-based independent record label and publishing company.
  5. MIRACLE Vinyl Records and CDs. Miracle Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results. Artist: Title: Label: Cat Num: Barcode: Genre: Country: Seller: Price miracle Next Page.
  6. Blending dreamy, atmospheric noise pop with Brian Wilson-style psychedelia, Miracle Fortress formed in as the solo project of Think About Life's Graham Van Pelt. He self-released Miracle Fortress' first EP, Watery Grave, that year, and went on to release his debut full-length, Five Roses, two years later.
  7. Music Reviews: Was I the Wave? by Miracle Fortress released in via Secret City. Genre: Indie Pop.
  8. Yes, there’s a lot to like about Miracle Fortress’ second album. Moving away from the sun-bleached, homespun pop of Five Roses, Graham Van Pelt’s latest record is less tethered, more willing to soar and glide. The cover of Was I The Wave? features a symmetrical image of a cloudy, blue-drenched sky. ‘Awe’, the spacey, shimmering.

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