Silber Sounds of Christmas is our third Christmas compilation & once
again offered as a free download to the internet savvy. This time
we're joined by old friends (Electric Bird Noise, Blessed Child
Opera, Immune) as well as new friends (Siberia, The Wades, Rachel
Goldstar) along with some of the Silber roster themselves (Remora,
Small Life Form, Plumerai, Goddakk).
Twenty-three artists appear generally bringing us brand new
material. The more straightforward covers are Shiny Around the Edges
doing "The Christmas Song," Mars Field doing "Jesus Christ" (by Big
Star), & My Ambient Nature Girl doing a portion of Handel's Messiah.
In the drastic re-interpretation category we have The Upsidedown
Stars with "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing," Sailor Winters with "What
Child Is This?" & Remora with "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel" & "What Can
I Give Him?" The musical styles vary greatly from guitarscapes
(Siberia) to ambient noise (Small Life Form) to post-punk (South West
Airline) to dream-pop (Rachel Goldstar) to minimalist classical
(Duane Pitre/Pilotram). So there's something for almost everyone.
We hope you enjoy the music & can play it throughout the season & on
through the soundtrack of your life.
Complete artist roster: Origami Tacet, immune, Rachel Goldstar,
Siberia, living in photographs, Small Life Form, Electric Bird Noise,
The Zanzibar Snails, Plumerai, Remora, Sailor Winters, Shiny Around
the Edges, Peter Aldrich, Wrong Brothers, Bokor, 230 divisadero,
Moral Crayfish, South West Airline, recorded home, Duane
Pitre/Pilotram, Mars Field, Goddakk vs JM, Blessed Child Opera, My
Ambient Nature Girl, The Wades, The Torch Marauder featuring Matt
Westlake, & The Upsidedown Stars
For more info & to download, please go to
The Remora "Beams" video is now up on YouTube
As some of you may have heard, I was in a car accident this week.
I'm fine, but my car was destroyed. So we're having a sale with a
bunch of discs at pretty deep discounts to try to generate a little
money to help me get back on the road. www.silbermedia.com/sale
Brian John Mitchell