Raygun Carver


 

 

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Visit Official Site: Raygun Carver is a 100%, corporate-free, all original Alt Country, Dream Pop and Americana band hailing from the most North Western corner of the United States, the majestic Olympic Peninsula. The band’s name is a play on that of the critically acclaimed author, the late Raymond Carver (What We Talk about When We Talk about Love, Birdman) who hailed from their hometown of Port Angeles, WA.

Their music is heavy on melody and harmony with all members being accomplished vocalists as well as all multi-instrumentalists. Comparisons have been drawn between their unique blend of Americana and Brit pop and that of such diverse artists as Beck, Neil Young, Chris Isaak, David Bowie and Elvis Costello to name a few.

Michael Soiseth is the master mind of Raygun Carver and also a member of the band Sutrobath with information available here.

 

 

Press:

“He sings about life’s struggles and speaks the truth about emotions that every human being experiences at least once in their life.” (Rock The Pigeon).

“… a wistful manifestation of a tried and true form of traditional folk art.” (Santa Rosa Records).

“… has easily created a niche for unique and novel music…his artistic fuel puts him in gear to deliver some high concept music.” (Gas Mask Magazine).

“… sounds like a Night in the Desert.” (Salute Magazine).

Read what Asher Garcia has to say about the single “Jesus He’s Right” published in Gas Mask Magazine on October 21, 2017, here.

Read what Salute Magazine has to say about the single “Would I Lie To You?” published September 21, 2017, here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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