Tag Archives: Deer Park Avenue
I recently had a chance to review the debut E.P. from Deer Park Avenue – “City Streets”. (If you haven’t had a chance to check out my review, you can find it here.) At the time, I said one of the things I love most about this blog is the opportunity it affords me to meet new authors and artists. Sarah and Stephanie Snyder from Deer Park Avenue are no exception to that rule.
After I published my review of “City Streets”, Sarah and Stephanie were kind enough to sit down and chat with me. We covered a wide range of topics; from musical influences, to pop European bands, to – of course – the impending zombie apocalypse.
One of the things I love most about this blog is the opportunity to meet new authors and artists – to discover new music and literature I might not otherwise be exposed to. A few months ago I was contacted by Deer Park Avenue, asking if I would review their debut E.P. Not knowing much about them, I went over to their website and quickly previewed their music. It didn’t grab me right away – but there was something there that stuck with me. It kept tickling the back of my mind, like that person’s name you just can’t remember, but keep coming back to over and over again. There was something in the music demanding to be listened to again. So, I wrote the girls back and agreed to review the E.P. They sent me the tracks, I added them to my iPhone, and started listening. I’m glad I did.