Monday, October 20, 2008
Between The Pine: Coca-Cola
James Diotte, or Between The Pine, another in a significantly apparent line of singular performers turned phrases, (see Iron & Wine), is releasing Friends, Foes, Kith and Kin in mid-December.
Not typically drawn to this Elliot Smith brand of melancholic folk, Between The Pine doesn't necessarily sound original or different to me, but he does have an engaging capacity for instrumental layering. He beautifies tension.
Between The Pine: "Coca Cola"
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