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Warr guitarist Jason Blake has teamed up with cellist Raphael Weinroth-Browne to create a modern string duo album. One part progressive rock and one part classical chamber music, Candles Burn. Blake began composing material for what was going to be the follow up to 2023's Subsequent Ruins album (featuring Marco Minnemann on drums) when he realized that this music could be something different. He elaborates, "I really liked how the music had a natural flow to it. It told it's own musical story. I also thought that it sounded interesting by itself and only needed the addition of a single instrument." The EP works as a bridge from Subsequent Ruins to what Blake has in store for his next album.
Warr guitarist Jason Blake has teamed up with cellist Raphael Weinroth-Browne to create a modern string duo album. One part progressive rock and one part classical chamber music, Candles Burn. Blake began composing material for what was going to be the follow up to 2023's Subsequent Ruins album (featuring Marco Minnemann on drums) when he realized that this music could be something different. He elaborates, "I really liked how the music had a natural flow to it. It told it's own musical story. I also thought that it sounded interesting by itself and only needed the addition of a single instrument." The EP works as a bridge from Subsequent Ruins to what Blake has in store for his next album.
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Format: CD
Label: 7D MEDIA
Rel. Date: 04/05/2024
UPC: 704260395516

Candles Burn
Artist: Jason Blake
Format: CD
New: Available $10.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Dredged Memories
2. Rift and Reckoning
3. Leaving Only Embers

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Warr guitarist Jason Blake has teamed up with cellist Raphael Weinroth-Browne to create a modern string duo album. One part progressive rock and one part classical chamber music, Candles Burn. Blake began composing material for what was going to be the follow up to 2023's Subsequent Ruins album (featuring Marco Minnemann on drums) when he realized that this music could be something different. He elaborates, "I really liked how the music had a natural flow to it. It told it's own musical story. I also thought that it sounded interesting by itself and only needed the addition of a single instrument." The EP works as a bridge from Subsequent Ruins to what Blake has in store for his next album.
        
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