Morgan Manifacier – "Cold Countries"

File this one under ‘one to watch’: Oakland-via-France songwriter Morgan Manifacier has dropped his first single, “Cold Countries,” from his upcoming record Hues and Calm. A darker-than-dark waltz made for the rainiest of days, “Cold Countries” is a bold and tantalizing hint at a record that we’re betting will put him on the proverbial map for Bay Area folk fans. You can stream the song below. It’s also available for free download via Bandcamp. Hues and Calm hits merch tables and the wider web this spring. He’ll also be playing Hotel Utah on March 17th. Golden Youth, Buckeye Knoll, Morgan [...]

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Review & Photos: Laura Gibson, Breathe Owl Breathe, Morgan Manifacier @ Bottom of the Hill, 2/6/12

The light persistent rain couldn’t keep San Francisco’s damp masses from huddling together for a night of varied folksters at Bottom of the Hill on February 6th. The evening starter, Oakland’s very own singer/songwriter Morgan Manifacier, was accompanied by a celloist. Both were seated, but that did not stop an enthusiastic crowd from gobbling them up. I do suspect a few ringer audience members were in attendance, as the activity near the front of the stage threatened to shake free a couple of ceiling tiles. Manifacier’s sound is reminiscent of everyone’s favorite bearded Foxes. No complaints… Co-headliners Breathe Owl Breathe [...]

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