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All the world is a studio
Folk/Roots Fusion, Acoustic Improv
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The Sunrise Review is a music performance and recording arts project of Graham Smith-White and party which uses nature as inspiration for music compositions. Solar powered recording equipment allows these natural spaces to function as a studio as well, adding a unique production style and project narrative.
"I started writing the music for The Sunrise Review in the ocean off the coast of Australia during 2005 and 2006. I would spend most mornings in the sea waiting for waves to surf, gathering my thoughts, keeping myself on track with projects small and large. It became an almost daily ritual, my sunrise review. There in the water I became aware of an inspiration which was changing my view and experience of music. I have come to find that this creative interaction with water and nature traces it's roots to my adolescence in Kalamazoo, MI and the surrounding rivers and lakes. "
". . .Psychedelic in the vein of the Doors, Bluegrass, picking, atmospheric and pulling the strings of the banjo with momentum like a train. . .
. . blends Indian Raga with Ozark High and Lonesome old-time folk "
-Commodity Fetish Records, Issues Dec.'17
20180208_161717 - Sunrise Review
banjozipline - Sunrise Review