Monthly Archive May 2017

 
 

New video Blues For Green

24. May 2017 • Category: Uncategorized • Comments: 0


Animation by Kurt Swinghammer from the album Another Another. Music written and performed by Kurt, mixed by Michael Phillip Wojewoda, and masters by Joao Carvalho. Recorded at the National Music centre in Calgary.

Art Thief vs Georgia O’Keeffe.

18. May 2017 • Category: Uncategorized • Comments: 0

New animated video by Swinghammer from the Another Another album

Song Of The Week on SOCAN’s Words + Music

15. May 2017 • Category: Uncategorized • Comments: 0

“Another Another Green World” is the The Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada‘s choice for this week toe tapper.

New Video for Another Another Green World

12. May 2017 • Category: Uncategorized • Comments: 0

Animation and music by Kurt Swinghammer, from the album Another Another

Swinghammer Spills the Beans in Spill Magazine

11. May 2017 • Category: Uncategorized • Comments: 0

AN IN-DEPTH TRACK-BY-TRACK ALBUM ANALYSIS WITH KURT SWINGHAMMER
By Aaron Badgley for Spill Magazine , May 11, 2017

“a new release from Mr. Swinghammer is always cause for celebration”
“… without a doubt one of the best albums released this year.”

Click HERE for article

Jack & Grace Review by Listen With Monger

02. May 2017 • Category: MUSIC • Comments: 0

KURT SWINGHAMMER – SINGLE REVIEW  April 30, 2017

Release Date: Out Now

Right here we have a lo-fi, quirky slice of indie-pop that also manages to pull on a heart string or two – a rare and rarefied combination. Another rarity is that this song is probably the only one, ever, to mention the Niagara Falls Horticultural Society. Toronto residing Kurt Swinghammer (great name) has produced this strangely perky tune named ‘Jack Layton and Grace Appleton’ as an ode to the passing of both Swinghammer’s mother and a politician greatly revered by many. Musically, it’s in the same sphere as Jim Noir, Badly Drawn Boy and David Kitt with complex lyrical combinations and instrumentation that builds layer upon layer to create an almost prog rock vibe. A great way to mark the passing of two people who were obviously big influences and a beautifully personal song.

Watch The Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXaM8ng0D4APosted by at 12:45