Thursday, September 28, 2006
Patrick Cleandenim Days Without Rain
Andrew Morgan As Long As We're Together
Band of Horses The Great Salt Lake
Conner For The Fourth Time
Eric Matthews Courage
East River Pipe Druglife
Doleful Lions Breather Bulls
Britta Phillips and Dean Wareham I Threw It Away
Belle and Sebastian Sukie In The Graveyard
Casiotone For The Painfully Alone New Year's Kiss
Camera Obscura Lloyd, I'm Ready To Be Heartbroken
British Sea Power It Ended on an Oily Stage
The Spinto Band Oh, Mandy
Built To Spill Traces
Eric Matthews More Than I Can Give
Jens Lekman Black cab
Candidate Maps (Yeah Yeah Yeah's cover)
Doleful Lions Slip Inside This Gateway
Friday, September 15, 2006
Broken Horse is thrilled to announce that we will be releasing the debut LP by Patrick Cleandenim, entitled "Baby Comes Home" in early 2007. You won't believe how good this album is, please check in for regular updates.
"Born and raised in Lawrence, Kansas, Patrick Cleandenim wields orchestral pop songs with traces of Phil Spector, Elvis Presley, David Bowie and Duke Ellington. His debut album "Baby Comes Home" was recorded under the Eudora moon at Black Lodge Recording Studios. The record is engineered and co-produced by Nick Day with a backing orchestra numbering twelve. Since age 18, Cleandenim has shared bills with indie-rock heavyweights The Shins, The Anniversary, Mates of State and The Decemberists. Cleandenim resides in New York City and attends The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. He is 21 years old."
Friday, September 01, 2006
The new Andrew Morgan album "Three Months in Cook County" has been all been but completed, except a few final mixes & a bit of tweaking here and there. Broken Horse will be helping Andrew to shop the album around to some bigger players in the coming weeks. As great as his debut "Misadventures in Radiology" was, Three Months is a real step forward and hopefully should find Andrew the bigger audience he deserves. As it stands, it's a really succinct, beautiful, catchy pop record that holds it's own against Badly Drawn Boy and Elliott Smith's finest work. There's so many hooks and great arrangements in it, that it should drive people to distraction, seriously.