Lydia Burrell Album Release Show With Building On Buildings & Molly Sullivan

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Building on Buildings says
Lydia Burrell (Louisville) - Producer/composer/arranger Alexander Smith started Lydia Burrell in 2007 as a instrumental electronic solo project. Smith - who builds and tunes pipe organs in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky - originally blended laptop-based electronic beats with live guitar. The result was an aggressive, colorful mess of delirious hot licks and fuzzy synths. The process of recording the first Lydia Burrell album (an endeavor that took over 2 years) changed both Alex and Lydia a great deal, as Smith gradually incorporated more vocals into the songs and explored a broadening array of sounds and textures.

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read the Never-Nervous review here:

Building on Buildings (Madison, WI) - Building On Buildings’ first album shows that mild-mannered rock can say a lot about becoming a sadder, wiser grown-up. On “Wheel,” Erin Fuller’s vocals and Connie Ward’s conversational guitar phrases channel a great weariness. There’s a bit more optimism in songs like “The Fall” and “Ghost Of A Friend,” but even those come with the unmistakable feeling of leaving things behind. Although Fuller and Ward still feel like the center of the band, all five members contribute here to shaping a variety of really cool arrangements, from the electronic beats of “Sharpshooters” to the stormy dynamics of “I Suppose” and “If/Then.”
- Scott Gordon, Tone Madison

molly sullivan (Cincinnati, OH) - Molly Sullivan makes music that makes you feel good. I'm not saying it's feel good music necessarily, because that sounds too much like a Tide commercial, but rather that Sullivan makes music that delightfully plays with melody and space. Sullivan largely flies alone, creating all of her myriad sounds via effects pedals and a copious amount of looping, both of her instrumentation and her rather dulcet voice. - Never Nervous
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By: Building on Buildings

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