Porches - Water album
Style: Synth-pop, Indie Rock
Date of release: 2016
Size MP3: 1715 mb
Size FLAC: 1914 mb
Format: MOD WMA MP3 APE AIFF XM TTA
Mood (Water Version) Lyrics. I just wait around To hear the good news I just wait around To hear from you. Are you in The mood I think I I said the wrong thing. About Mood (Water Version). By Regan Wojick, Atwood Magazine).
Porches – Water EP (2016). Posted by NewAlbumReleases. net On September - 22 - 2016. Album: Water EP. Released: 2016. Style: Indie Pop. Format: MP3 320Kbps. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: January 16, 2018 - Porches – The House (2018)
Porches (formerly stylized as PORCHES. is an American synth-pop project of New York-based musician Aaron Maine, formed in Pleasantville, New York in 2010. Maine has also released music under the names Aaron Maine, Aaron Maine and the Reilly Brothers, Space Ghost Cowboys, Sex God, Ronald Paris, and Ronnie Mystery. The band released their second studio album Pool on February 5, 2016 to critical acclaim. Slow Dance in the Cosmos (2013).
Pool by Porches, released 05 February 2016 1. Underwater 2. Braid 3. Be Apart 4. Mood 5. Hour 6. Even the Shadow 7. Pool 8. Glow 9. Car 10. Shaver 11. Shape 12. Security. While nostalgia is hard to deal with sometimes, this album gives me a sense of peace that I have not experienced yet with any album before. Thank you for writing this.
Hot Water is the sixteenth studio album by American popular music singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett. It was released in June 1988 as MCA 42093 and was produced by Coral Reefer Band members Michael Utley, Russell Kunkel, and Ralph MacDonald. The album was Jimmy's first album recorded at his new studio in Key West, FL called Shrimpboat Sound. The LP continues Buffett's use of a wide variety of musical instruments than was typical for Buffett's earlier works, notably horns and percussion.
Aaron Maine, aka Porches, has announced his third full-length album. It’s called The House and it’s out January 19 via Domino. The record, which follows 2016’s Pool and Water EP, includes the previously released Country. Below, watch Porches’ new visuals, and find the full tracklist and cover art for The House. Maine recorded The House over 18 months.
Isolation, introspection and water metaphors defined Porches’ second album, 2016’s ‘Pool’. On first listen to his third record, it might seem that the past two years have changed the newly bleach-blonde, earringed man behind Porches more than they have the music. But listen more closely, and you realise that New York’s Aaron Maine has noticeably sharpened the vision of his synthpop solo project. The technique turns the album into a collection of tangible emotional snapshots, brief but telling entries in a musical journal. You know how it makes me feel, he notes moodily on ‘By My Side’, when you talk to me like that.
|1||Mood (Water Version)||2:21|
|2||Pool (Water Version)||2:38|
|3||Glow (Water Version)||3:47|
|4||Car (Water Version)||2:09|
|5||Shaver (Water Version)||3:09|
|6||Security (Water Version)||3:03|
|8||Black Budweiser T-shirt||1:01|
|WIGMC390||Porches||Water (Cass, EP, Ltd, Cle)||Domino||WIGMC390||US||2016|