Ominar - Leaving mp3 downloadPerformer: Ominar
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Genre: Pop Rock
Ominar - Leaving mp3 download
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Leaving by Ominar, released 15 June 2016 1. Deer in the Dark 2. Leaving 3. The Lake 4. Bad Thoughts 5. Sad Boy 6. Something Good 7. I Feel Like I'm Dying 8. Erase 9. Follow Me 10. Chill Ou. Got it. + add. album.
Adding some sparkle to the local scene in Halifax via the band route, Tawny Lucas, now based in Toronto under alias Ominar releases her latest solo LP Leaving. Dark, moody, and gothic, this thing drips with a black, ominous rain. It is a very cohesive work, and many tracks feel like a variation of a central theme, leaving the listener both morose and spooked. This talented gal heroically fills a hungry void, as dark wave is relatively barren here, and she does an excellent job at it. If nothing else, this disc reminds us of indie pop’s capacity to make things exciting.
Download Ominar - Something Good. Leaving: Best 2 songs. Ominar - Leaving 03:32. Ominar - Erase 03:42. Ominar: best 2 tracks. Ominar - Candles Transition Roads, 2015 03:26. Ominar - To the City Transition Roads, 2015 03:24.
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Ominar is the alternative dream pop project and music identity of Tawnie Lucas. Based in Halifax, NS, Canada. Her first album "Isolation" was released in 2014, and her second album "Transition Roads" was released in 2015.
Style: pop. Album year: 2016. Ominar - Sad Boy 04:30. Ominar - Something Good 04:16. Ominar - I Feel Like I'm Dying 03:43. Ominar - Follow Me 03:25. Ominar - Chill Out 04:06. Transition Roads - Ominar.
Leaving is an album of duets by pianist Richard Beirach and flautist Jeremy Steig recorded in 1976 and originally released on the Japanese Trio label before being rereleased on the Danish Storyville label on CD in 1988. Steig provides long tones while Beirach creates light rhythmic patterns and, although it does not entirely stay at the same emotional level, the music is generally quite dry and uneventful".