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Goldfeather celebrates release of 'Patchwork Quilt' at Rockwood on 09.19

With their elegant blend of bluegrass, folk, and chamber music, Brooklyn indie-folk band Goldfeather is on a mission to enchant you with a perfectly interlaced entourage of instruments. Sarah Goldfeather’s violin, Nathan Koci’s banjo and accordion, Dylan McKinstry’s mandolin, Katie Martucci’s guitar, and Pat Swoboda’s double bass surround the sweet-sounding vibrancy of Sarah’s vocals with  dream-like arrangements. The band’s signature three-part vocal harmony serves to heighten Sarah’s fluctuating melodies, resolve musical tension, and add a rich texture to the group's overall sound. You can experience Goldfeather live at Rockwood Music Hall on September 19th, when they'll celebrate the release of their debut album Patchwork Quilt. - Ashley E. Muniz

We added this song to The Deli's playlist of Best rootsy songs by emerging NYC artists - check it out!

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Brooklyn's Goldfeather premieres poignant 'Spilled Milk' off upcoming debut LP

It doesn’t seem too often that a band today tackles the dissolution not of a romance but of a friendship. That is just what Brooklyn self-described “folk music band meets ensemble” Goldfeather does, however, on “Spilled Milk” (streaming below), the bluegrass-girded lead single off its forthcoming debut LP ‘Patchwork Quilt.’ Starting with choral swells that perhaps lament the story of friends come and gone that follows, the poignant (even in its title) track is striking and laudable in its potentially underused subject matter: the aching absence of a one-time confidante. ‘Patchwork Quilt’ is scheduled for a September 2016 release, and Goldfeather is scheduled to play Park Slope's Barbes on June 9th. – Zach Weg 

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