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9 thoughts on “ Oshwa - Chamomile Crush (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Despite nods to Dirty Projectors, tUnE-yArDs, and Animal Collective, Oshwa has developed a gorgeous freak-folk sound uniquely their own throughout first LP ‘Chamomile Crush’. Check out our full review here. Check out this review from Local Loop! Hope to see you all in Canada or the USA!
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  3. Sep 21,  · On this album—as on Oshwa’s debut album, Chamomile Crush — she’s joined by Michael Mac on guitar, Matt Noonan on bass, and Jordan Tate on drums. The songs on I We You Me provide ample evidence of Walter’s time spent studying piano performance at Illinois Wesleyan University and music composition at Columbia College Chicago.
  4. Jan 30,  · Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Michael Mac at Pallet Sound in Chicago, IL (stoneshaperfelharimhelldweller.xyzinfo) Alicia Walter - vocals, electric guitar Michael Mac - acoustic guitar Matthew Noonan - bass Jordan.
  5. Chamomile Crush, an album by Oshwa on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
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  7. Local label Naked Ally releases it on LP and CD on Thu 8/8, and that night the band plays a release show at Quenchers (with the Para-medics, Shiloh, and Options) before heading out on a tour of.
  8. Their first EP, "transmissions from the midwest: a real-america tribute," came out in August , and their debut LP, "Chamomile Crush," came out the following year. Oshwa, more than anything, now feels like a musical outlet of defiance and independence.
  9. Apr 06,  · After watching the live performance of “Old Man Skies” from their debut LP Chamomile Crush, we were hooked. Not only were they incredibly skilled musicians, the songs took whacky turns and frequently changed time signatures. To top it all off, frontwoman and Oshwa brainchild Alicia Walter’s warbly, yodely voice was particularly remarkable.

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