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The Goodbye Party

Last month, Double Double Whammy announced a very special compilation to celebrate its 10th anniversary. It’s an embarrassment of riches for anyone who considers themselves a fan of the beloved indie label, featuring artists from across their roster covering each other, and there are some inspired pair-ups.

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Last year, Michael Cantor’s project the Goodbye Party released a new album, Beautiful Motors, his first full-length since 2014. It was filled with some catchy and well-crafted rock songs, but he’s following that up today with a new release called Stray Sparks, which is more muted and plaintive, a 20-minute collection of song sketches and loose ideas and ambient bits that is still pretty potent.

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In a couple weeks, Michael Cantor’s Philadelphia power-pop project the Goodbye Party is releasing a new album, Beautiful Motors. We’ve heard two tracks from it already, “Unlucky Stars” and “December Boys,” and today we’re getting a third, “No Reason,” a sweetly sentimental duet with Strawberry Runners’ Emi Night, who we haven’t heard from since her…

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Last month, Michael Cantor announced a new album from his power-pop project the Goodbye Party. Beautiful Motors will be the first album under the moniker in six years and it features a host of Philly indie musicians as contributors, including Yowler’s Maryn Jones and Radiator Hospital’s Sam Cook-Parrot. Along with the announcement, Cantor shared a…

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

Michael Cantor’s power-pop project the Goodbye Party hasn’t released an album since 2014’s Silver Blues, but today the Philadelphia-based musician is announcing a new full-length called Beautiful Motors, which will be out on Double Double Whammy in a couple months. It features contributions by a number of notables from the Philly scene: Yowler’s Maryn Jones,…

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)