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'Once' Star Marketa Irglova Wraps 'Muna' for September 23 Release

Best known for her leading musical role in the Oscar-winning indie film Once, Czech-born singer/songwriter Marketa Irglova will release her second solo album Muna on September 23 via ANTI-. After starring with Glen Hansard in Once and joining him in the studio and on the road as The Swell Season, Irglova encamped to her new home in Iceland to record her sophomore album's eleven songs with producer Sturla Mio Thorisson. The title of the new project is Icelandic for 'remember," a recurring theme for the album. Read more about Irglova and her debut album Anar at DC here...

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Fresh Tracks 08 July 2014

Song Of The Week

Noah Gundersen – Ledges (live, acoustic version)


Born in the tiny town of Centralia, WA—about midway between Portland and Seattle— Gundersen has honed his craft through a series of albums, both solo and with the band The Courage. He’s already placed songs on TV shows like Sons of Anarchy, Vampire Diaries and One Tree Hill.

His latest album, Ledges, self-produced and recorded at Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard’s Studio Litho in Seattle, represents the latest stop in a journey which began in his strictly conservative, religious home growing up, where he was strictly forbidden to listen to secular music. Instead he grew up listening to Bob Dylan’s gospel albums, along with Christian artists such as Keith Green, Larry Norman and Rich Mullins. “I’m not a religious person anymore, but I’ve learned that spiritual energy transcends religion and that’s something I’ve attempted to incorporate into my music,” Noah explains.

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