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Aden

About Aden

For Aden, standouts among the countless waves of Stephin Merritt wannabes, the sullen sound of the Magnetic Fields is cause for celebration, not imitation. Taking their cue -- and nothing more -- from Merritt, the droopy-eyed godfather of Mope-Pop, they strike off in their own equally compelling direction. Aden’s clean polished guitars weave layered, yet simple harmonies of finely crafted feathery pop, while Jeff Graham’s whispery vocals and friendly, conversational lyrics provide a refreshing breeze of genuine emotion in an Indie Pop community that is plagued by self-conscious, satirical posturing.

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Aden

For Aden, standouts among the countless waves of Stephin Merritt wannabes, the sullen sound of the Magnetic Fields is cause for celebration, not imitation. Taking their cue -- and nothing more -- from Merritt, the droopy-eyed godfather of Mope-Pop, they strike off in their own equally compelling direction. Aden’s clean polished guitars weave layered, yet simple harmonies of finely crafted feathery pop, while Jeff Graham’s whispery vocals and friendly, conversational lyrics provide a refreshing breeze of genuine emotion in an Indie Pop community that is plagued by self-conscious, satirical posturing.

About Aden

For Aden, standouts among the countless waves of Stephin Merritt wannabes, the sullen sound of the Magnetic Fields is cause for celebration, not imitation. Taking their cue -- and nothing more -- from Merritt, the droopy-eyed godfather of Mope-Pop, they strike off in their own equally compelling direction. Aden’s clean polished guitars weave layered, yet simple harmonies of finely crafted feathery pop, while Jeff Graham’s whispery vocals and friendly, conversational lyrics provide a refreshing breeze of genuine emotion in an Indie Pop community that is plagued by self-conscious, satirical posturing.

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About Aden

For Aden, standouts among the countless waves of Stephin Merritt wannabes, the sullen sound of the Magnetic Fields is cause for celebration, not imitation. Taking their cue -- and nothing more -- from Merritt, the droopy-eyed godfather of Mope-Pop, they strike off in their own equally compelling direction. Aden’s clean polished guitars weave layered, yet simple harmonies of finely crafted feathery pop, while Jeff Graham’s whispery vocals and friendly, conversational lyrics provide a refreshing breeze of genuine emotion in an Indie Pop community that is plagued by self-conscious, satirical posturing.

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