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Sometymes Why signs with Signature Sounds

Wednesday, August 27, 2008 – Sometymes Why, a side project band of members of Uncle Earl, The Mammals and Crooked Still, signed a record deal with Signature Sounds Records. A CD is slated to be released in February 2009.

"Three incredibly talented women," said label head Jim Olsen. "I love the vibe of the project. It reminds me of Kate and Anna McGarrigle and a little bit of The Roches with a modern edge."

"I don't think they look at it as side projects," he said. "They just like to do projects."

The group consists of Aiofe O'Donovan of Crooked Still, Ruth Ungar of The Mammals and Kristen Andreassen of Uncle Earl. They previously self-released an EP. About half of the album has been recorded at a studio in Hudson Valley, N.Y. Jose Ayerve of the band Spouse produced the disc. He produced the fist Winterpills disc.


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CD review - Your Heart is a Glorious Machine Sometymes Why's album came out of numerous jam sessions and in-the-rounds performed by members of three respectable bands in the Americana circuit. Ruth Ungar Merenda (The Mammals), Kristin Andreassen (Uncle Earl) and Aoife O'Donovan (Crooked Still) decided after their success performing live together to record their compositions in an intimate setting at Dreamland Studios in Woodstock, N.Y. The result is less than can be expected, although there are a few shining moments. ...
Sometimes Why (now Sometymes Why) brings together Kristin Andreassen, Ruth Ungar and Aoife O'Donovan, adding to their already extensive list of projects, side projects and collaborations that includes Uncle Earl, The Mammals and Crooked Still respectively. They blend traditional folk themes of life and death with quiet, coffee house intimacy with the writing very personal, even claustrophobic. Each member takes lead vocals on the songs they wrote. Andreassen has a conversational approach to ...


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